If you find yourself in a position to have your code reviewed, do it. Wise words from Luke Woodward.
Fränk Klein explains why Bootstrap is a bad fit for WordPress themes—something I repeat often to anyone that listens to me ramble at the Tucson WordPress meetups.
My coworker Davide “Folletto” Casali shares his experiences participating in the UX for Good project.
Understanding different cultures is something that surely makes me a richer person, but it also informs my everyday design with a better perception of different people and behaviors.
Sightings of WordPress on television, via viper007bond.
Andrew Nacin’s article The qualities of a great WordPress contributor is required reading for WordPress contributors of all shapes, sizes, skills, and ambitions.
In Twenty Fifteen Konstantin Obenland gives a vision for a simpler default WordPress theme.
Food for thought: Why Isn’t Open Source A Gateway For Coders Of Color?. (Via my wife, Erin.)
Must watch TV if you are into WordPress themes, even the slightest bit. Inspiring and amazing talk.