Altis DXP had its first birthday in 2020. In its first year of existence, it has powered 27 billion page requests and welcomed 18 partners. 🎂
Video Picks 📺 Here is my video pick for the week: Running WordPress on AWS Lightsail: Jerry Hargrove demonstrates at a recent WordPress New York Meetup how to to leverage the features and capabilities of Amazon Lightsail to ensure a WordPress site is up and running. Podcast Picks 🎙️ Here are my podcast picks: Balancing Work,…
It’s still far from simple to do well — let alone do better — what was first possible in the Web 1.0 era, even before WordPress was born. Thoughts on “WordPress Lite” and “Create Once, Publish Everywhere.”
Tech jargon and analysts with acronyms. Buzzwords and ranking voodoo. Where does WordPress fit in the enterprise tech industry? A guide for the genuinely curious or perplexed.
Sparked by Magne Ilsaas‘s ideas in The WordPress Enterprise Paradox, Tom started a Twitter thread and hosted a live discussion with Magne and others at enterprise WordPress agencies this week. Their main concern is the challenges that arise from not having a well-defined brand and market that allows “WordPress for the Enterprise” to stand out — without being ties to a particular WordPress company or host. After getting an outline of the problem as it stands today, I asked Tom what might help differentiate “Enterprise WordPress” as a collective or entire ecosystem of agencies operating within it. Can open-source values of sharing and cooperation shape a unique global identity for enterprise WordPress agencies? Is it time for an inter-agency association or “guild” to take on these challenges?