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Metrics and charts to see the evolution of the WordPress codebase

5 people are responsible for more than 50% of all commits in WordPress. Read this & other metrics giving you a better picture of how the WP code has evolved

In 2008, I bought a book titled “PHP 6″. Six years later, PHP version is still 5.5

On the slow evolution of the PHP language (at the very least at the eyes of an "outsider" to the PHP community)

New WordPress theme for this Modeling website

Following my own advice (doesn’t happen very often), I’ve changed today the WordPress theme I was

JavaScript is taking over the Internet – the WordPress example

JavaScript is "invading" many PHP-based existing projects. As an example, we show the evolution of JavaScript code in WordPress

World Wide Modeling: The agility of the web applied to model repositories

A new initiative that distributes models in the form of model fragments linked together just as web pages can reference each other

What our visitors really look at – Modeling Languages heatmap

As many of you already know, after my disastrous first attempt (somebody still remembers my online

The Modeling portal is now running on WPEngine

As part of my personal quest to minimize the system administration tasks for this portal I’ve

Lyrical flowcharts

LucidChart (one of the most popular web-based modeling tools) is creating youtube videos showing popular songs

BuiltWith – Find out what a website is built with

Thanks to Robert, I discover BuiltWith a web page that gives you a technological profile of

Best example of multiple inheritance ever (thanks to Jean Bézivin)

I´m reproducing a picture that Jean posted in google plus to exemplify multiple inheritance. I don’t