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The importance of tinkering

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Brian Krogsgard
Justin Tadlock was the first person I really connected with in the WordPress community -- sometime back around 2008, if I recall correctly. I stumbled upon Theme Hybrid as someone looking to make a website, and I was off to…

W3TC, Placester, and Frederick Townes

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Brian Krogsgard
Placester is a Boston-based startup that gears toward real estate agents, and they've recently raised $50 million in a Series D round -- bringing their total fundraising to $100 million. Why should you care? Well, two reasons. Placester uses WordPress…

A Day of REST — a conference devoted to the WordPress REST API

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Brian Krogsgard
A Day of REST is an event devoted to the WordPress REST API. It'll happen on January 28th 2016, with a follow-on hack day on the 29th, in London. It's an exciting opportunity for developers to learn how to interact with the new WordPress REST API, and Post Status will be an official partner.

The future of Post Status

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Brian Krogsgard
I'm tired. Really, really tired. I've been tired for weeks. Those of you who follow this blog closely know that it's been slow around here. I've only published ten blog posts since the beginning of August. For me, that's three…

The WordPress community summit is back

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Brian Krogsgard
The WordPress community summit was an exciting event in 2012. For the first time ever, over one hundred core contributors, team leads, and community influencers were set to gather with the specific goal to "work together and discuss the vision…

WP eCommerce: What’s old is new again.

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Brian Krogsgard
WP eCommerce is one of the oldest WordPress plugins you'll find. That it's an eCommerce plugin -- built on WordPress, well before such a thing seemed sensible -- is even more of a testament to just how impressive this plugin…

DevPress sold for $14,000 on Flippa

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Brian Krogsgard
Update: Devin Price is the new owner. DevPress has a storied four year history, and today it's been sold on Flippa for a mere $14,000. What started as a partnership between four well known WordPress community members was eventually reduced…
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