Nathalie Lussier on going all in with AccessAlly

Nathalie Lussier on going all in with AccessAlly

Nathalie Lussier is the founder and CEO of AccessAlly, a million dollar per year WordPress course and membership plugin. She talks about going all-in to build every feature a course creator could dream of.

Building features with purpose

Building features with purpose

In this session of Publish Online, I talk to Pippin Williamson about building a big new feature for AffiliateWP, and how this time, they built strategically, rather than in response.

Aaron Campbell on WordPress Security

Aaron Campbell on WordPress Security

Aaron Campbell is the WordPress “Security Czar” and at LoopConf, he sat down with me to talk about what it’s like managing security issues for WordPress.

Should I use the WordPress REST API?

Should I use the WordPress REST API?

Kathleen Vignos provides six examples where Wired’s engineering team has used or is using the WordPress REST API, from related posts widgets, to liveblogs, to site synchronization.

Introduction to the WordPress REST API

Introduction to the WordPress REST API

With Ryan McCue leading off the day at A Day of REST, we were able to learn about the history of web APIs, APIs within WordPress, and where the WordPress REST API fits in.

WordPress ≠ Automattic

WordPress ≠ Automattic

Automattic is not the parent company of WordPress. They are the parent company of WordPress.com, the hosted website service that utilizes the open source WordPress platform.