Many thanks to Inland Empire WordPress for inviting me to give a WooCommerce tech session on April 9th, 2019. Meetup details here.
How many plugins is too many for a WordPress site? Well, there’s no real answer to that question. It depends on several rather circumstantial factors…
I joined John Overall on his podcast WP Plugins A-Z for Interview 32 discussing WooCommerce and Code Snippets. Give it a listen and let me know how I did! Podcast description: Today’s interview is with Sean Conklin from CodedCommerce. We previously reviewed some plugins Sean has worked on. For example: Benchmark Email Lite, all the […]
There’s lots you can do to improve database (DB) performance, but each change comes with risks. Always thoroughly test changes in a development environment first before making permanent database changes in production. Growth in data requires a growth in hosting to handle the scale of database size and queries. There’s only so much you can […]
I do all of my invoicing through WooCommerce for several reasons I discuss here. I also have notes about selling service line items in Woo.
I’ll be presenting at our WooCommerce Los Angeles Meetup in a couple of weeks on February 7th, 2019 at WeWork, 520 Broadway, Santa Monica. Join us!
One of my favorite testing methods is load testing. It’s one of the most difficult to pull off, but serves the important purpose of revealing code bottlenecks.
Hopefully you’ve been getting ready for holdiay traffic! I’ll recap many of the tips from the official Woo blog and work in a few of my own.
I’m preparing a presentation for next month’s WordCamp Riverside 2018 the weekend of November 3-4. The topic will be Developing with WooCommerce.
A session I attended at WCLAX 2018 by Roy Sivan discussed headless WordPress and WooCommerce sites with a decoupled front end presentation layer.