WordCamps are awesome. No doubt about it. But from a business perspective, how do you justify attending out of town WordCamps as a freelancer, employee, small business owner, etc? I would love to hear the perspective of people that have been traveling to WordCamps for a while. Have you found them to be worth the cost, from a business perspective?
In this episode, Brian and Brian continue their discussion on WordPress market opportunities with a focus on the upper-market and enterprise clients.
Update: Ryan emailed me, and commented here, that it was not sold, nor going anywhere. Josh also told me, “it was a joke that got out of hand.” I’m very sorry. I should’ve waited for a response, but I didn’t know if I’d get one. I waited about half an hour before publishing after contacting…
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Post Status Draft is a podcast about WordPress news and events hosted by Brian Krogsgard and Joe Hoyle. This week we discuss strategies for working locally, Underscore.js templating, and transparency in WordPress businesses.
This is the fifth “Who’s hiring” post, and previous ones were very encouraging. I have seen multiple people start conversations that led to full time jobs and contract work from those posts. I consistently find people looking for WordPress developers and designers, for both full time positions and contract work. Periodically, I also see folks…
Matt explores the various ways to include various custom post types in themes and asks what’s considered the best practice and why. Great opportunity for discussion in the comments.