Archive for Tag ‘WordPress‘

What can the WordPress community learn from the State of Drupal?

This week, the Drupal community gathered in Austin for DrupalCon 2014, including the annual “State of Drupal” address from Dries Buytaert. It’s the first North American Drupalcon I’ve missed since Boston in 2008, though thankfully all the presentations at DrupalCon are recorded and made available online. Embedded below are the video and slides for Dries’ State of Drupal address. While I know most folks in the Drupal community will have already watched it, I’d suggest there’s good value in watching it from the perspective of the WordPress community as well.

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State of Drupal keynote, DrupalCon Austin from Dries Buytaert

What can the WordPress community learn from the talk?

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CMS Expo: WordPress and Structured Content, Non-Profits

Just a quick post on my talks from CMS Expo last week.

The first is on WordPress and structured content – how custom post types, taxonomies, and metadata can be used to make WordPress more amenable to structured content.

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WordPress talks at CMS Expo

Last year I spoke at CMS Expo in Chicago about Busting Web Experience Management Myths. But while covering the event for the CMS Myth, I noticed that WordPress was visibly absent from the Showcase.

In part this led me to give a talk at WordCamp Boston on Why the @##!@ isn’t WordPress a CMS?.

This year, the fine folks at CMS Expo have added WordPress to the CMS Showcase, and will have a full track of WordPress-related talks.

The WordPress track includes:
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Why the heck isn’t WordPress a CMS?

Slides from my WordCamp Boston 2012 talk on Why the @#!!@ isn’t WordPress a CMS:

Obviously it’ll be more useful once the video is posted, for those of you who weren’t there – I’ll add that as soon as it’s available.

New WordPress Site: www.jotyler.com

Over the Fourth of July my wife and I finally pushed live her new WordPress-based portfolio site at www.jotyler.com.



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