I've got a taxonomy-taxonomy.php page that must seem like so:

CUSTOM Publish TYPE TITLE (Assets)

Custom Taxonomy 1 (Resource Types)

Resource Type Term 1 (Whitened Papers)

  • Whitened Paper publish 1

    Whitened Paper publish 2

    Whitened Paper publish 3

Resource Type Term 2 (Videos)

  • Videos publish 1

    Videos publish 2

    Videos publish 3

Attempted to understand all of the new documentation for Wordpress 3., however it only helped me more confused because it appears to become confused with 2.8.

You don't need to transform the item for an array, you are able to perfectly use the item without an excessive amount of hassle. What's curious (a minimum of for me personally), is you go such as this:

  Array
  (
      [0] => stdClass Object
          (
              [term_id] => 7
              [name] => Magister comunicaciones aplicadas
              [slug] => magister-comunicaciones-aplicadas
              [term_group] => 0
              [term_taxonomy_id] => 7
              [taxonomy] => linea-de-estudio
              [description] => 
              [parent] => 0
              [count] => 4
          )

      [1] => stdClass Object
          (
               [term_id] => 8
               [name] => Engagement marketing
               [slug] => engagement-marketing
               [term_group] => 0
               [term_taxonomy_id] => 8
               [taxonomy] => linea-de-estudio
               [description] => 
               [parent] => 0
               [count] => 5
          )
  )

It's essentially, a range of objects, so you have to deal with them this way. For instance basically want the title from the the first:

$myterms = get_terms('taxonomy-name', 'orderby=none&hide_empty');    
echo  $myterms[0]->name;

If you want to iterate with the elements, you'll still may use foreach();.

foreach ($myterms as $term) { ?>
    <li><a href="<?php echo $term->slug; ?>"><?php echo $term->name; ?></a></li> <?php
} ?>

That method for you to publish the articles out of your taxonomy.

For that custom publish types, you will need to produce a loop such as this:

$args = array(
    'post_type' => 'post-type-name',
    'taxonomy' => 'term'
    //for example
    //'resources' => 'videos'
);

//  assigning variables to the loop
global $wp_query;
$wp_query = new WP_Query($args);

// starting loop
while ($wp_query->have_posts()) : $wp_query->the_post();

the_title();
blabla....

endwhile;

You'll be able to create multiple loops all of one for every taxonomy/term :).

If you wish to get much more fancy (don't wish to repeat your hundred occasions) you can the 2nd loop inside the first and assign variables towards the taxonomy (assets ie) and also the terms it's (videos) (out of your example just the 4g iphone). The concept is you might have an ordinary (typical) wordpress loop limited to the custom publish-type and all the terms.

foreach ($myterms as $term) : ?>
    <li><a href="<?php echo $term->slug; ?>"><?php echo $term->name; ?></a></li> <?php

        $term_name = $term->slug;

        $args = array(
        'post_type' => 'post-type-name',
        'taxonomy' => "$term_name";
        );

   //  assigning variables to the loop
   global $wp_query;
   $wp_query = new WP_Query($args);

   // starting loop posting only
   while ($wp_query->have_posts()) : $wp_query->the_post();

   the_title();
   blabla....

   endwhile;

endforeach; ?>

Clearly that you can do the inverse factor too, produce the normal loop for any single-template custom type (it's appears like you've just one), and inside includes all of the custom terms.

Not so elegant, but that is the easiest way I'm able to emerged by using it :P. Hope that somebody can appreciate this, sounds confusing.

Maybe can it be possible with a few callback function?.