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Launching a WordPress Product in Public: Session 10

Corey Maass and Cory Miller look to the future of WordPress as they continue the development of their new WordPress plugin, Crop.Express. From sharing tips on how to keep your WordPress website safe from hacks and vulnerabilities to insights on how to optimize website performance, improve user experience, and enhance website accessibility, this episode is packed with valuable takeaways.

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Jesse Friedman on raising the WP hosting standard across the industry with WP.cloud-Post Status Draft

In this episode, Jesse Friedman, Head of WP Cloud, joins Cory Miller to provide valuable insights and strategies for improving infrastructure and service to deliver superior hosting. They also highlight how managed hosting can help businesses focus on their core operations while leaving the technical aspects to the experts.

WordPress Book β€’ Women & Nonbinary Release β€’ WP6.3 β€’ More Effective Contributor Days

The second installment of the WordPress project book is now available. Be sure to read Building Blocks.

WordPress 6.3 is beginning planning and calling for volunteers. Women and Non-binary folks are encouraged to ride-along on 6.3 in preparation for the 6.4 release squads form.

How can we improve contributing effectively during Contributor Days?

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Launching a WordPress Product in Public: Session 9

Corey Maass and Cory Miller continue the development of their new WordPress plugin, Crop.Express. In this conversation, they share their experiences and challenges in creating the plugin, including the importance of user feedback and testing. They also talk about their decision to make the plugin open-source, the potential benefits of doing so, and the importance of community involvement in the process.

Women & Nonbinary Release β€’ WP-CLI 2.8.0 β€’ Redesign Update β€’ Build Block Theme
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Women & Nonbinary Release β€’ WP-CLI 2.8.0 β€’ Redesign Update β€’ Build Block Theme

Sign up soon to mentor and be a part of the upcoming women and nonbinary release squad. Join the Test team in building a block theme. WP-CLI 2.8.0 is coming soon with PHP 8.2 compatibility. Get the latest updates on the WordPress.org redesign.

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Launching a WordPress Product in Public: Session 8

In this episode, Cory Miller and Corey Maass discuss their experiences and insights on launching Crop.Express. They share valuable advice on building a brand, developing a minimum viable product (MVP), getting feedback from the community, and handling challenges along the way.

Build a Block Theme β€’ Theme Performance Improvements * Interactivity API β€’ Why Jazz?
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Build a Block Theme β€’ Theme Performance Improvements * Interactivity API β€’ Why Jazz?

Matt shares why WordPress releases are named after jazz musicians. The FSE block theme explores functionality gaps and gathers feedback on the Site Editor experience. WordPress 6.2 improves load times and server-side performance for block and classic themes. The Interactivity API proposal standardizes frontend interactivity for Gutenberg blocks.

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Launching a WordPress Product in Public: Session 7

In this episode, Corey Maass, a freelance web developer, joins Cory Miller to discuss the intricacies of creating an impactful, user-appreciated product that makes a positive impact on customers and stands apart in a saturated industry.

WordPress 6.2 “Dolphy” β€’ Gutenberg Phase 3 β€’ Test Plugin Dependencies
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WordPress 6.2 “Dolphy” β€’ Gutenberg Phase 3 β€’ Test Plugin Dependencies

πŸ₯³ WordPress 6.2 is now available! If you haven’t started testing yet, now is the time.

Gutenberg is a 4 phase approach to nearly all areas of WordPress. Phase 1 was Posts and Pages. Phase 2 included Themes. Matias Ventura shares what we could see in Phase 3.

Andy Fragen has posted a call for testing on the Plugin Dependencies plugin.

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Launching a WordPress Product in Public: Session 6

Transcript ↓ Learn from Corey Maass, a master of WordPress plugins and apps, and Cory Miller, a marketing, business, and WordPress experience guru. The two discuss the intimacies of partnering on a product and how solopreneurs can benefit from support. Top Takeaways: πŸ”— Mentioned in the show: 🐦 You can follow Post Status and our…

WordPress 6.2 RC2 β€’ Plugin Review Team Retirement News β€’ WP20 Giveaway
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WordPress 6.2 RC2 β€’ Plugin Review Team Retirement News β€’ WP20 Giveaway

Discover WordPress 6.2’s new features, accessibility enhancements, and developer updates. Contribute to the community by joining the Contributor Working Group. Explore new block theme template. Engage in discussions on mentorship programs. Celebrate WP20 and participate in the Wapuu Coloring Giveaway.

Post Status Live – The Right Approach to WordPress Accessibility
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Post Status Live – The Right Approach to WordPress Accessibility

If you’re a leader, a developer, or a designer about to start a major website project, this webinar will help you navigate the important topic of accessibility. Cory Miller is joined by the team at Modern TribeChris Kindred, Director of Backend Development, Sarah Gless, Creative Director, and Mike Klanac, Director of Business Development, to discuss why accessibility is imperative and how to integrate it into each aspect of development and implementation.

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Launching a WordPress Product in Public: Session 5

In this episode, Corey Maass and Cory Miller discuss a range of topics related to the development of their new product Crop.Express,Β  including the importance of empathy in designing user interfaces, the challenges of marketing and selling products, and the need for developers to collaborate with others and develop non-technical skills. They each share their experiences from working on various projects over the years and offer insights and advice based on these experiences.

Interview With Product Lead Brandon Dove Of Pixel Jar β€” Post Status Draft 144
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Interview With Product Lead Brandon Dove Of Pixel Jar β€” Post Status Draft 144

Brandon Dove, co-founder of Pixel Jar, joins Cory Miller to discuss his WordPress plugin, AdSanity Plugin. They dive into the nuance of advertising, evaluate the benefits of free and paid plugins, and talk through the challenges and opportunities available to agencies that invest in product development while providing other services.

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