WP Engineer is a great site for WordPress developers and power users loaded with tips and tricks for WordPress. It is the brainchild of three self-proclaimed “WordPress Junkies,” Alexander Frison, Frank Bültge, and Michael Preuss, each a WordPress developer in his own right. Each of these gents has a blog and a bio, but since this review is about WP Engineer, I’ll just say for more information regarding the authors, check out their About Page.
The site is just under three years old and has achieved a good deal of success in terms of traffic and Alexa rank, and I can see why. The site is full of useful mentalhealthdrugs.com tips and ideas to tweak WordPress and bend it to your will. Useful code snippets abound and their implementation is well documented and usually include screen shots.
There is a full list of their posts available in the WP Engineer Archive, and this is further broken down by month and category making it easy to browse through. Also, their page footer makes good use of tags, so you will easily find topics you might be looking for.
In perusing the site’s content, I found that the authors are active commenters, so if you have questions regarding some of the information presented, you can expect to get an answer.