David chats with Cory about taking care of your physical and mental health and how these factor into “Developer Overload.”
Accessibility, Creatibility, and Connectibility — these are the three things that define the Open Web in its ideal state. It can be accessed by everyone, anyone can freely create on it, and the communities that form there can sustain themselves and grow. WordPress is critical to the Open Web as an indicator of its health, an ecosystem for business growth, and a path for people to contribute to the health, growth, and future of the Open Web. We want to guide, connect, and elevate our members — WordPress businesses and professionals — as they grow. And we want to make sure we share, nurture, and replenish the common resource we have in the Open Web.
David talks with Nathan Ingram and Ryan Marks about WordCamp Birmingham’s 2022 reboot after nearly two years of no live WP events anywhere.
How can people in underrepresented groups leverage resources in the WordPress community to increase their confidence, exposure, and potential hiring value?
What do you need to know about names, trademarks, and DBAs when you’re starting a business? Nellie Akalp explains how to get started.
David talks with Michelle Frechette about the current state of the WordPress job market. Michelle has some great advice for job seekers.
What is a “headless” WordPress site? Is it a good option for you? What does headless WordPress offer in speed, security, and scalability?
Post Status Excerpt, Cory and David discuss some recent conversations in the WordPress community: Is the WordPress writing experience bad for “serious writers?” Does WordPress have to excel in this area, or is it fine to have third-party writing tools that feed into WordPress?
Have you tried out your own customer support experience? You should. It might be why you’re losing customers.
In this episode, Sean explains the fundamentals of selling courses online as you build your learning community and your courses.
Cory and David talk about WordPress’s reputation relative to its performance and a new proposal for a Performance Team for WordPress core.
In this episode of Post Status Excerpt, Cory comes back freshly tanned from CaboPress to share his experiences and one big takeaway point that everyone can appreciate.
Why are so many acquisitions happening in the WordPress space? Why now? What’s the motivation to sell? How does it affect WordPress?
Some highlights and an overview of WCUS 2021 from David Bisset. Catch up on anything you missed and learn how you can get more involved in WordPress.
There were at least four acquisitions announced almost back-to-back this week in the WordPress space. David and Cory review them all.
David and Cory discuss how hard it is to do “the right thing” and deal with tough, negative feedback as a result.
What can help WordPress professionals weather the storm of being an entrepreneur in challenging times?