I believe all of the WordCamp US 2017 talks are available on WordPress.tv. Catch the talks you couldn’t see personally or that you might have missed on the live stream.
WordCamp US will be happening next week — officially December 7th, 8th, and 9th — for the second year in Nashville. If you are not attending, free livestream tickets are available. There’s a certain feeling in the air that this year’s WCUS might be one of the more memorable and perhaps historic gatherings of the WordPress…
Okay, maybe it doesn’t raise the bar the way you think I mean. But this is worthwhile. I’m pretty busy building the new Post Status infrastructure, but not too busy to post this. GravityView is a WordPress plugin by Zack Katz and Katz Web Services that lists Gravity Forms entries on your site in a…
Why are so many acquisitions happening in the WordPress space? Why now? What’s the motivation to sell? How does it affect WordPress?
Fresh off the heels of WordCamp US, here’s a glimpse of what’s going on in the world of design and development in the WordPress space. There were several fantastic talks about design, accessibility, WP-CLI, blocks, and FSE at the event. We’re looking forward to highlighting some videos once they’re online.
WordCamp US, accessibility, disability, Ny’s “blood feud” with Uber, and salary transparency are the topics Dan Knauss and Nyasha Green take on this week for The Excerpt.
Michael Novotny launched a new project called WP Test this morning during his talk at WordCamp Atlanta. It’s an importable set of test data for plugins and themes. Looks very interesting, and I’m excited to check it out soon.