Your first Gutenberg Block – WC Kathmandu presentation

I was fortunate to attend WordCamp Kathmandu 2019 last weekend in Nepal. As promised, here are my slides and the code for the “Nepali Date” block I created for my session “Your first Gutenberg Block”. Here’s the code for the block javascript file:

Gender-fair WordPress: Fixing translation inequality at the core

At WordCamp US 2017, I took the stage to argue that it’s time that WordPress enables translators to add gender-variable translations, and that we can do this in a way compatible with our existing translation ecosystem. The slides: A couple of days later, during contributor day, I was joined by several amazing WordPress (and GlotPress) […]

Right To Left in WordPress – The Right Way

Here’s the short talk I gave about languages written from right-to-left at WordCamp Europe 2017. I’m visibly nervous — this was the largest crowd I’ve ever presented to. The slides: While the slides make it clear that I go from talking about rtl.css — the file, used in WordPress themes, to RTLCSS — the node […]

WP-CLI live presentation, like a pro

I recently gave a talk about WP-CLI at WordCamp Israel 2016. I thought it would be interesting to actually demo WP-CLI in real time, rather than use boring slides. I used OS X split screen mode, with a terminal window on one side, and a browser on the other showing the site I’m creating and editing: The tricky part was to not have to […]

Localization: beyond translation, WC Europe 2015

WordCamp Europe 2015 was a superb event, and I’m happy I was able to present. In this talk, I’ve tried to focus on things that are sometimes overlooked when dealing with localization and internationalization. Video Slides Localization: beyond translation from Yoav Farhi