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Kevin Schroeder's Blog:
Added (PHP 5.3) job queuing to my WordPress instance
March 21, 2011 @ 10:09:05

Kevin Schroeder has a quick post to his blog talking about the integration of job queuing he's done with his WordPress blog to build a list of popular posts for his sidebar.

One of the things I liked on my old blog was the ability to have a Popular Posts section that was based off of Google Analytics. [...] So I had missed that, but it was not overly important so I left it. But yesterday was a day where I needed something that was both engaging and brainless to do. So I decided to implement my Job Queue API code for WordPress so that I could write a WordPress widget that would put the popular posts in the sidebar.

He's created a plugin to handle most of the heavy lifting for you.

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