15 December 2015
Two weeks ago Taco, Patrick and I went on a trip to the US of A to visit Philadelphia for the first ever WordCamp US. There are a lot of topics to cover, but in this article I’ll highlight some of my experiences as a developer taking part in WordCamp US and the WordPress Community »
Read: "Developer takeaways from WordCamp US"
14 December 2015
Git hooks are small executable scripts that provide a way to trigger actions on different points in a git workflow. At Yoast we've found multiple use cases, including regeneration of autoloading classmap, codestyle checks and asset minification.
Read: "Saving time with git hooks"
4 November 2015
Read: "YoastSEO.js design decisions"
8 October 2015
Today we’re releasing a developer beta for the upcoming release of Yoast SEO for WordPress, containing the long anticipated real time content analysis functionality. The release is provisionally scheduled for november 2nd and will include native support for shortcodes. At the same time we had to break backwards compatibility for multiple filters. That means we really »
Read: "Yoast SEO: Developer Beta"
19 December 2013
Over the last couple of weeks I have been dealing with the fine art of CSS. Although that is not my daily business anymore – because I lead the website review team here at Yoast – I really enjoyed mastering SCSS and using that for an actual design. During this field trip, I encountered several »
Read: "Breaking up responsive design"