Published on June 27, 2018 by Chrome

In this episode of The State of the Web, Rick hosts an event bringing together the New York Web Performance Meetup group and the WordPress NYC Meetup group. Rick discusses WordPress and Web Performance with attendees and co-organizers alike, and we hear what it’s like to run Meetup groups for thousands of web developers.

WordPress NYC Meetup → bit.ly/2tIfv4w
New York Web Performance Group Meetup → bit.ly/2IxrLdq

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20 Comments on "WordPress and Web Performance Communities – The State of the Web"

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Namie Amuro
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Namie Amuro
8 days 16 hours ago

Laravel, Laravel, Laravel,… Yawn!

Muntasir Minhaz
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Muntasir Minhaz
15 days 2 hours ago

Use a caching plugin and don't buy/use the fancy ass themes with pretty colors, animations, and sliders.Avoid using plugins that make you fancy ass theme fancier.There you go; you have a fast WordPress website.ENJOY!

Ihor Kuptsiv
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Ihor Kuptsiv
15 days 6 hours ago

I like using and creating wordpress website.

qgmlwy
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qgmlwy
17 days 9 hours ago

When WordPress is so slow that it becomes a liability for Google.

Zora Eggs
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Zora Eggs
18 days 4 hours ago

WordPress is a nightmare, countless times a plugin decided to delete my images, hundreds of sign ups from spammers daily even after including a captcha, upgrades randomly failing forcing me to do a full restore from backup. It's slow, its prone to hackers. It takes a whole bunch of plugins and security fixes to make it run in any kind of decent manner.

Pa Nas
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Pa Nas
18 days 23 hours ago

WordPress? LoooooL, losers)

Tom
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Tom
19 days 2 hours ago

The music is way to loud

Сергей Мочалов
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Сергей Мочалов
19 days 7 hours ago

Russians everywhere =) nice to see it.

Marijn Pool
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Marijn Pool
19 days 7 hours ago

I prefer using only the backend of WordPress.

Alex Kilian
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Alex Kilian
16 days 3 hours ago

Well, there is not much frontend coming from WordPress unless you count the default themes

Steve Ambielli
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Steve Ambielli
19 days 6 hours ago

Marijn Pool this is something I’m trying to move towards. WP backend with React app front-end.

René Pohland
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René Pohland
19 days 9 hours ago

The good part of WordPress, everyone can develop things for WordPress.The bad part of WordPress, everyone can develop things for WordPress.

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