WordPress News Digest for Saturday, March 28, 2015

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Every Exit is an Entry Somewhere

By / — There aren’t many too many jobs available that allow you to influence the strategic direction and decision making process of some of the biggest and most important technology companies in the world – as well as their disruptors, that give… More →

GNU Manifesto Turns Thirty

By / — The New Yorker has a great overview as Richard Stallman’s GNU Manifesto Turns Thirty. More →

How to Get More Clients with Twitter Ads

By / — Twitter Ads. Twitter for business. What comes to mind when you hear these two phrases? As a small business owner or a freelance web designer, you are always looking for ways to bring new clients on board. While there are… More →

Mastering the WordPress Media Uploader to Make it Work For You

By / — The WordPress Media Library is essentially a repository for all of the media on your site, but there's not a lot of documentation about how to actually make the most of what it has to offer. So, in this Weekend… More →

The Importance of Following The WordPress Coding Standards

By / — Today, I’m attending WordCamp Atlanta. I’ll be speaking on the topic of The Importance of Following The WordPress Coding Standards. It’s been a couple of years since I was able to attend a WordCamp (primarily because my wife and I were growing our family… More →

WordPress Core Weekly

By / — Hi Everyone! It’s time for another run-down of what’s going on in WordPress core. This edition covers March 20, 2015 [31845] through March 20, 2015 [31915]. If you want to write the next WordPress Core Weekly summary, check out the schedule over at make/docs… More →