Reinventing my developer happiness

22 June 2016 | Jip Moors

Back in 2001 I did my first internship at a web company in Groningen (in the north of the Netherlands). This is where I discovered I have a passion for web development. Since then I’ve mostly worked at companies with a very small technical team (1-3 people) which brought out my constructive and problem solving »

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Reinventing my developer happiness


PhpStorm IDE at Yoast

16 March 2016 | 2 Comments | Andrey “Rarst” Savchenko

PhpStorm has been growing in popularity in WordPress circles. On one hand it’s a solid code editor choice in general. On another it’s great for projects in the WordPress ecosystem, which typically contain a balance of legacy code and modern PHP practices. I remember troubleshooting some issue in Yoast SEO years ago. I grumped that it wouldn’t »

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PhpStorm IDE at Yoast




The social WordCamp US

23 December 2015 | Taco Verdonschot

Compared to many other IT-related conferences, WordCamps have always been slightly less technical. Not as focused on writing code as many others are. Over the years I’ve learned this may have something to do with the way our community is built. The WordPress community is not as homogeneous as others. It consists of developers, designers, »

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The social WordCamp US



Saving time with git hooks

14 December 2015 | Omar Reiss

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.

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Saving time with git hooks

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