Post Status has been a haven for kindness and generosity, but it’s thanks to our members, readers, listeners, colleagues, and friends that the work we do together and the fun we have is good, meaningful, and regenerative for our community. On that note, this is my last post in my role as editor at Post Status…
Who’s doing the four-day work week in WordPress? • What good sources for professional development have you found? • Getting your implementation intentions right.
The now-forming Incident Response Team (IRT) is a community-led effort to help us all build and sustain a culture around WordPress that is healthy, inclusive, and safe. Angela Jin is calling for your nominations for a diverse group of people who can contribute by serving on the IRT.
It’s the 500th issue of Post Status Notes and the Post Status newsletter coinciding with WordPress’s 6.0 release and its 19th anniversary! 🎂
Jane Genova on overcoming ageism. Courtney Robertson on Learn #WordPress. 10 lesser-known browser APIs. PHP encryption. Free FSE theme.
Here’s what’s new in WooCommerce and Woo Blocks, plus some tips for increasing ROI and extending your network.
This week I’ve been listening to Robbie Adair and Courtney Robertson on Do the Woo, Joe Casabona’s take on Patchstack’s WordPress security report, and Mayank Gupta’s guidelines for growth. And Scott Moore has a great video on the new Performance feature plugin.
See what’s in store for Post Status members in 2022 — and sign up for the events and cohorts you want to participate in.
What does it mean to give back to WordPress? Cory and David discuss this and other themes from Matt Mullenweg’s 2021 State of the Word.
In episode #5 of the Get Hired Podcast you’ll learn about networking opportunities like WordCamps, meetups, and WordPress.org teams.
In this episode of Get Hired, you’ll learn how to enter the world of WordPress by starting a project to share with hiring managers.
Where do you need to have accounts in the web tech community? What tools, knowledge, and skills will you need in any remote WordPress-related role?
Discover what you really want to do in your career. Identify and acquire the minimum skills and tools you need to master.
In their debut conversation for Get Hired, Cory and Courtney discuss the kinds of jobs that are available in WordPress and where to find them.
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