New Pluralsight course: Introduction to WordPress

pluralsightMy second course for Pluralsight goes live today. If you don’t already know, Pluralsight offers developer training videos and my first course, Introduction to WordPress Theme Development, was published in January. This course — Introduction to WordPress is a more general overview of WordPress and WordPress settings. I tried to pack it full with every screen available in WordPress so it can be used by beginners and developers alike.

But wait, you’re still unconvinced that Pluralsight is worth the monthly investment? Seriously, you shouldn’t be. This stuff is by devs for devs (of all shapes and sizes, from beginner to advanced) and the material is awesome. But you don’t need to take my word for it. I’ve got a stack of 1 month trial codes that give you access to the whole library sitting right here. I’ll give you one (well, I’ll give you the code and the URL to activate your trial) if you tweet a link to the announcement post on the Pluralsight blog and post a link to your tweet in the comments. Ready? Go.

My first course on Pluralsight

introduction to WordPress theme development

It’s happened. And it was much more work than I had originally anticipated. Much listening to (and cringing at) myself talk and trying to edit out all the “uh”s and “um”s (or as many as I could manage). Content wasn’t an issue, it was a matter of organizing the content into a structure and providing enough examples. There’s a lot of room left to build from, go into more detail, dive into deeper, but this is an introduction, after all.

I’m excited to have this new course in the @pluralsight library and I’m looking forward to making more. In the meantime, you can check out Introduction to WordPress Theme Development on Pluralsight. Also, the blog post on my first course. :)