Huge congratulations goes out to Lorelle VanFossen for being selected to teach at Clark College in Vancouver, Washington. Lorelle will be teaching an Introduction To WordPress course that will reward students with four college credits. While WordPress in the classroom has become more common across the world, very few are (more…)

DevPress, a team of highly skilled WordPress developers has announced that Tung Do has become to the sole owner of the business. The quote being published all over the place by Tung Do sums up the situation the best: After months of inconsistent collaboration, DevPress is left with one remaining (more…)

The time has finally arrived. WordPress 3.3. was released early this morning to the masses. Codenamed ‘Sonny’ which at a glance looks like sorry, 3.3 has a couple of great user oriented features with a ton of polish. While my WordPress upgrade experience went smoothly, I was immediately impressed with (more…)

If you administer a WordPress powered website, you might want to check the directory structure, especially the WP-Content/Upgrade and WP-Content/Uploads to see if you notice a folder called Tall. According to the folks at WPMU.org, one of their co-workers websites became a victim to an attack that involved an entirely (more…)

WPshout which is one of many sites devoted to WordPress has published the results of their early 2011 survey that asked readers to review their webhosting company. The results are from 252 independent reviews. In the grand scheme of things, this is a miniscule number but it’s cool to see (more…)

Scott Reilley who also goes by Coffee2Code is continuing his trend of releasing small but useful plugins for niche audiences. This time, he has released a plugin called No Browser Nag that removes the Outdated Browser nag found within newer versions of WordPress. While it’s a bit foolish to condone (more…)