You may know Peter Suhm as the man behind WP Pusher, a plugin that lets you securely deploy your plugins and themes directly from GitHub, Bitbucket or GitLab to any WordPress site on any type of hosting.
Topher DeRosia took some time to reflect on HeroPress and recount his own path to WordPress, the long and winding road of freelancing, and his role as a developer evangelist for BigCommerce.
In this episode I talk to Anil Gupta about his journey and philosophies building Multidots — a company doing enterprise web development work all over the world with more than 100 employees.
Ernst-Jan Pfauth is co-founder and CEO of The Correspondent, which is launching this year as an English language spinoff of the Dutch news site De Correspondent.
I am joined by Matt Mullenweg to discuss decision making, Gutenberg, core WordPress processes, Automattic’s business, and more.
Matt Mullenweg took the stage once again for his annual “State of the Word” talk at WordCamp US in a packed room of over 1,500 attendees.
Gutenberg has been an ambitious undertaking, but the new WordPress editor marks an important step for WordPress. The platform must continue to be both easier to use and more powerful to extend, and Gutenberg is a step in the right direction on both fronts.
It’s time to discuss blockchain technology from the perspective of the WordPress ecosystem, to discuss threats, opportunities, and generally discover how this emerging sector could impact WordPress.
In this episode I discuss eCommerce and considerations for eCommerce merchants, with Andrew Youderian of eCommerce Fuel.
In this episode, I talk with James and Kevin — cofounders of the Ninja Forms product — to discuss why their next leg of their business is in the competitive landscape of eCommerce.
In this episode, the Brians discuss the challenges of working on your own business website, when your company offers services or makes products for websites.
In this episode, Brian and Brian discuss several acquisitions that have occurred in the WordPress space in recent weeks.
In this episode, I interview Brian Casel, the owner of Audience Ops, a productized content service he’s built to employ 30 people. He also runs a podcast and course on helping others productize their services.
In this episode, Brian is joined by Jay Hoffmann — the owner and curator of The History of the Web, a timeline and history of the web — and they discuss the project, as well as WordPress’s 15 year arc of history.
In this episode, Brian and Brian discuss the upcoming WordSesh schedule and go spelunking through make.wordpress.org to surface some recent gems making their way to WordPress.org – both the project and the website.
In this episode, Brian and Brian discuss meta data in WordPress, including the challenge of implementing data into new tools, such as the REST API and the Gutenberg editor.
In this episode, the two Brians discuss the current conversations and controversy surrounding data collection and visitor privacy on the web.