Category: poll

A Poll on How Developers Run WordPress Locally

I really have no idea how this will turn out. I suspect a ton of you have run or are currently running WordPress locally, but I have no clear guess on what the most popular way is to do that right now. Note: There is a poll embedded within this post, please visit the site to participate in this post’s poll. Let&...

Poll Results: “front-end” and “front end”

The latest poll around here kicked off asking how you prefer spell this job we all do around here: frontend? front end? Front-End? I asked because 1) I didn’t know if there was a “right” answer 2) Even if there is a right answer, it doesn’t seem adhered to. Right now on the job board: FrontEnd...

New Poll: “front” “end” ughck.

I don’t think it causes confusion, but there doesn’t seem to be any consensus on how we write out the word front end. I had to make a choice right there. My preferred style, for now, is just that: front end. But I figured it would be a fun and potentially interesting poll to see what everyone thinks. Voting...

Poll Results on Performance Culture

Our latest poll asked: What’s the web performance situation on your main project? Then provided five possible answers related to the general attitude of the team as it relates to web performance, ranging from “everybody cares” to “nobody cares”. With over 13,000 votes, the data is in! Se...

New Poll on Performance Culture

What’s the web performance situation on your main project? For simplicity, but also wide coverage, I broke it down into five choices ranging from a nobody caring to everybody caring. This isn’t about how well you’re doing at performance, but how much it’s a part of the culture of your project. ...