At the WordPress Suffolk Meetup (https://wpsuffolk.org) this month we'll be taking a look at Bedrock and how it can support our WordPress development workflows. We'll also be getting an introduction to the WordPress Coding Standards following the 1.0.0 release of the WPCS for PHP_CodeSniffer (https://twitter.com/jrf_nl/status/1022186349355585536).
We will be holding an informal meetup for WordPress developers, designers, users and business owner. Meeting the second Thursday of every month. The format will consist of speakers, open discussion, round tables, lightning talks and your ideas.
# Let's Talk About Bedrock
To help take your WordPress development workflow, Chris is back to introduce Bedrock. With a quick introduction, this walk will tell you all you need to know about Bedrock and how to work with it.
Presented by Chris Butteworth. With a career spanning nearly 10 years working with WordPress, Chris has experienced a lot when it comes to the the great, the good and the not so good parts of WordPress development.
As the Head of Digital for the District in Cambridge, Chris leads the day to day development as well as constantly learning and trying to pass on the knowledge he has. Follow him @chris__butters (https://twitter.com/chris__butters).
# Introduction to Using Coding Standards in Your WordPress Project
Aimed at those who have never really looked into coding standards, Gary will give a broad overview to what coding standards are, how they apply in WordPress, what tools there are to check and fix violations and how you can integrate this within your workflow.
Presented by Gary Jones. Gary (https://garyjones.io/) is a UK-based WordPress Engineer. Driven by a passion for excellence, he develops elegant custom WordPress solutions for marketing departments to maximise their efficiency through his agency Gamajo, and provides services, including code audits, for other designers and developers.
Gary has contributed to most major branches of WordPress Core since 3.3, and contributed to many open source projects in the community. He is a General Translation Editor for the British English locale, has attended 19 WordCamps, is a three-time organiser of WordCamp London, and a co-organiser and podcast host for WordPress London. He is also a member of the WordPress Coding Standards committers. Follow him @GaryJ (https://www.twitter.com/GaryJ).
Running Order (STC):
18:30 - Arrive for networking
19:00 - Opening remarks
19:10 - First speaker - Chris Butteworth
19:45 - wp_update_post
20:05 - Break
20:15 - Second speaker - Gary Jones
20:50 - Closing remarks
21:00 - Social
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The WordPress Suffolk Meetup is intended to be a safe, inclusive, accessible and free event for the local WordPress community to come together, share knowledge and grow. We have a code of conduct (https://wpsuffolk.org/code-of-conduct/) that all attendees, speakers, volunteers, and organisers are expected to abide by.
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This event is supported by Blue 37 (https://blue37.com/) - a strategic-thinking team of digital experts with a creative edge.