WordSeshis back and happening on September 2nd. Registration is free! Take a close look at the schedule — it might start very early if you live in North America. This time around there will be thirteen sessions that touch on topics like plugin development, static WordPress, business development, and leveraging WordPress for growth.
💼 WPMRR Virtual Summit (September 23rd and 24th.) Free, online. The focus will be “100% focused on helping you make monthly recurring revenue work for your WordPress business.” Scroll down the homepage where they publicly list the MRR (monthly recurring revenue) numbers from the speakers who will be participating! 💸
“What is code?” Paul Ford answers the question, with a 38,000 word masterpiece in Bloomberg. This is the first article I’d tell an aspiring programmer to read, and the one that anyone working in technology should have in their permanent collection.
I’ve seen it many times. A business owner goes to a consultant, and they want an eCommerce offering for their products. They may even have some functionality in mind that they’ll need. But have they considered the things that will really make their website more successful? In my experience, often not. Instead of complex shipping…
If you are a business owner — either of a startup or just a small company — I highly recommend watching this talk from Jason Cohen, CTO of WP Engine, at SaaStr Annual 2018. I found Jason’s comments about his own experiences easy to understand and practical. He covers burnout, managing employees, and the attitudes you…
Here’s a glimpse of what’s going on in the world of design and development in the WordPress space this past week. As I look around the Post Status Slack and the chatter on Twitter, this week has been filled with conversations emphasizing the struggle of running a business as a solo devpreneur.
Matthias Pfefferle is head of WordPress development at a hosting company in Europe and the creator of Activity Pub, a WordPress plugin. He joins Cory Miller to discuss the rising need for decentralization in social networking, the current movement, and the future potential available within WordPress.