Rachel Vasquez has written a nice post on things she's learned while at 10up. If you're a developer, might be worth to at least glance at this list if nothing else but to get a glance what development in a large WordPress agency is like.
It was announced in November that VeloMedia was going to acquire Crowd Favorite. The deal closed on Friday, and Crowd Favorite CEO (and now VeloMedia CTO) Alex King wrote about why and how he sold his agency — the oldest WordPress-specific agency I know of. Having been established a couple of years ahead of most…
The Lucid Theme shop was run by Jon Bellah until today. He still maintains the Lucid brand, but he’s sold his themes to UpThemes. When I inquired with Chris Wallace, founder of UpThemes, about why they made the acquisition, he said, “each of the themes fills a need that our current catalog does not reach.” The…
Troy Dean recently announced that WP Elevation has rebranded to Agency Mavericks. Although they still use WordPress, Troy explains that “it made sense for us to break out of the mould and embrace the free-spirit go-getter gene that is so profoundly woven in each member of the community.” 🤠
Tom and Joe from Human Made Limited share experience and tips on how to win and work with big [good] clients, mostly learned through making every mistake in the book whilst going from being freelancers working on small sites to running an agency working on big sites for big clients.
In this episode, Brian interviews Ben May — owner of The Code Company — about growing and running a successful development agency in Australia.
United States national security interests are poised to become more invested in and engaged with open source projects classified as public infrastructure. From Log4j to the Securing Open Source Software Act, how did it all come together in 2022, and what may lie ahead?