WordPress is a robust platform going back to 2001 that can now do almost anything with some development and organizational know-how. Version 3.0’s expanded taxonomy and custom post-type features make it even easier to roll out a rich site that goes well beyond the standard “blog” format that WordPress started out with.
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Investigate. Collaborate. Solve. It’s what we do here at Oomph, and every so often we like to share how we do it. This is a short story about finding WordPress shortcodes using regular expressions. A few weeks ago, I was tasked with converting a good amount of embedded video from one host platform to another [...]
Last year, Boston PHP celebrated its 10-year anniversary. At 3,200 members strong, this is a professional organization that grows each year not only size but in service to its members. In addition to regular meetups and workshops, the group offers its own education track through a program called PHP Percolate. They also host an annual [...]
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