When you want a good smoked brisket, do you cruise down the Lowes Foods aisle looking for a pre-cooked, vacuum-packed, Arby’s-brand ArBrisket™, or do you go with the recommendation of an expert?
Well, it depends on the type of party you want throw.
If this is a late-night just-you Netflix marathon, the ArBrisket™ might be OK. Nobody will judge you*.
If you’re planning on inviting a bunch of friends over, it might be worth figuring out how to smoke a respectable brisket.
But we are talking about WordPress plugins, right?
When it comes to building a WordPress plugin, there’s a way you should do it, depending on what type of plugin you are trying to write.
Writing a just-for-you-Arbrisket™ plugin is simple. Writing a good plugin is a bit of an art. There’s a “WordPressy” way of doing things that a new developer (or a developer more familiar with other platforms and languages) would do well to learn, especially if the plugin is being written for mass consumption on GitHub or the WordPress.org repository.
Come learn from the grill-master how to do things the right way when coding your plugin.
Get a ticket today, before they sell out.
*Ryan will actually probably judge you.