Chris Hardie considers Friends, Elders, the Matt Factor, and the traits of a resilient community.
What features do you want to include or drop from WordPress Community 4.0?
What’s the best way to build an annually recurring cycle of 365 posts for a “post of the day” feature on a WordPress site?
Do mergers increase or decrease opportunity? Matt Mullenweg spoke with Michelle Frechette about the economics of WordPress after SOTW.
Openverse. Diversity. Training. Future generations. A whole that is greater than the sum of its parts. These are our quick takes on SOTW ’21.
Was your WordPress business better, worse, or about average in the past month? Here’s what you told us.
In the latest WordPress acquisition, Sandhills is joining Awesome Motive. Pippin Williamson talks with Cory about WordPress: past and future.
Chris Lema talks about the latest WordPress acquisition: LearnDash is joining Liquid Web. Will it become the leading LMS turnkey solution?
Learn about business expansion, legal compliance, and intellectual property issues facing business owners and freelancers.
Brian Krogsgard talks with GiveWP’s (former) CEO and COO, co-founders Devin Walker and Matt Cromwell following their acquisition.
Widgets became a part of the WordPress lexicon when they entered core in 2005. Full Site Editing will eventually replace them with blocks.
In this episode of Post Status Draft, Danielle Joseph talks about her work with clients as a designer and how that has shaped her agency and Willowspace.
Beth Livingston of WP Roadmaps talks about project management for WordPress professionals from designers and developers to agencies.
MultiDots recently released MultiCollab, a Google Docs-style internal commenting tool to take feedback from editors inside WordPress.
Underrepresented in Tech aims to “demystify diversity” and dispel the fears that get between employers and underrepresented groups in tech.
Chris Hardie talks with Brian about winding down a consulting business, working at Automattic, running for local office, working in journalism, and launching WP Lookout.
What makes membership work? What makes people do more than consume your product or service but also contribute back to it?