In this episode, Brian is joined by Rachel Cherry, an experienced WordPress developer, including in the realm of using WordPress in higher education. She also organizes a WordPress for higher-ed conference, WPCampus.
In this episode, Brian and Joe discuss maintaining legacy WordPress websites, including how to decide between third party code vendors.
In this episode, Brian is joined by Matt Medeiros, a veteran of building communities in the WordPress Space. They talk about the challenges and rewards of diving into a new community.
The Post Status Job Board is a great place to find and list quality WordPress jobs. Whether you’re recruiting excellent candidates or are seeking your next job opportunity, it’s the place for you.
In this episode, Brian interviews Carrie Dils — a self-employed entrepreneur — about using multiple channels to make a full time living, and giving up client work.
John James Jacoby talks about his journey into the world of open source software, and what challenges he thinks the WordPress community faces.
Aaron Campbell is the WordPress “Security Czar” and at LoopConf, he sat down with me to talk about what it’s like managing security issues for WordPress.
In this episode, Brian interviews Ben May — owner of The Code Company — about growing and running a successful development agency in Australia.
Don’t miss your opportunity to visit Boston for the second iteration of A Day of REST, a conference exclusively devoted to teaching you about the WordPress REST API.
LoopConf 2, hosted in Salt Lake City, was a great WordPress developer-focused event. Post Status was there, taking pictures and video. Here’s our review.
I talk to Jason Cohen, the founder of WP Engine, about his entrepreneurial journey, and how to grow a company in a healthy way.
In this episode, Joe and Brian talk about both the editor and customizer feature projects — two core focus areas for WordPress in 2017.
With the next edition of WordCamp Europe on the horizon, Jenny Beaumont finds herself thinking about event growth past and present, and about what success might look like for all of us in this new year.
It’s a new year, and a great time to set some New Year’s resolutions as a WordPress developer. Here are some practical tips to up your game working with the WordPress code base.
Sami Keijonen shares his experience as a first time contributor to the WordPress default theme building process. He primarily worked within the realm of SVG icons for the Twenty Seventeen theme.
Joe Hoyle and I discuss what we’d like to see in WordPress going forward, and take audience Q&A. This session was recorded at Post Status Publish 2016.