Kathy Kolbe has been called Abraham Maslow’s successor because of her work on the mind and creative problem solving. Learn the science of team synergy in this important Post Status conversation.
Cory and David discuss three books WordPress professionals should read as well as the way they make updates to WordPress.
Matt Mullenweg announced this week that CC Search, a CC0 (Creative Commons Zero) image search engine, is joining the WordPress project.
One of the oldest commercial WordPress Plugins gets a facelift. In this episode of Post Status Excerpt, David Bisset and Cory Miller talk about the recent 2.5 update to Gravity Forms. Cory reflects on the early days of the WordPress ecosystem. David recounts how Gravity Forms was his first major plugin purchase as a freelancer. […]
In this episode of Post Status Draft, Danielle Joseph talks about her work with clients as a designer and how that has shaped her agency and Willowspace.
In Post Status Excerpt #7, David Bisset and Cory Miller talk about Cory’s recent negative experiences with admin notices in the dashboard.
Beth Livingston of WP Roadmaps talks about project management for WordPress professionals from designers and developers to agencies.
This week David and Cory talk about an upcoming Post Status webinar on scope creep with Natasha Golinsky, and Full-Site Editing in WordPress.
Natasha Golinsky is Principal and Lead Project Manager for On Purpose Projects. Learn how she kills scope creep and gets paid for discovery.
MultiDots recently released MultiCollab, a Google Docs-style internal commenting tool to take feedback from editors inside WordPress.
In this episode of Post Status Excerpt, David and Cory talk about acquisitions by iThemes and GravityView. Also: Underrepresented In Tech and Post Status Slack.
Underrepresented in Tech aims to “demystify diversity” and dispel the fears that get between employers and underrepresented groups in tech.
David and Cory talk about the Post Status job board and #gigs Slack channel, as well as WordPress settings screens that make Brian scream. 😱
What’s the future for solo WordPress plugin developer-entrepreneurs? How can young people start careers in WordPress?
Chris Hardie talks with Brian about winding down a consulting business, working at Automattic, running for local office, working in journalism, and launching WP Lookout.
What makes membership work? What makes people do more than consume your product or service but also contribute back to it?