I use WordPress for this blog that I write. I love it! I am also a tinkerer, and I like to see how these kinds of things work. So I started coding some themes and plugins for fun, to see what I could do.
What I didn’t expect, was to like it as much as I did. I love music and playing it and writing it. That is probably my first love. But after that, now I enjoy writing code. It must be a balance thing, one art and one technical (or are they both art?).
In any case, WordPress has a learning curve just like everything else, and I’ve hit the point where I don’t want to tinker, I want to build. So I asked a question on Twitter:
@wpdailyco If I want to get serious about WP code, where do I start? I got basics, but I go deeper and feel overwhelmed! Tips?
— Josh Wagner (@jbwagner) December 15, 2012
Got some answers too:
— WP Daily (@wpdailyco) December 15, 2012
They did write a blog post about it, and it is great! Thanks again WPDaily!
The guys at WPDaily were awesome, and the post about getting started with WordPress coding should become a great springboard for coders, like myself.
Ask, and you will receive.