Noel Tock describes ways to invest in yourself today that will pay bigger in the future.
This is a really nice idea. It’s a coding challenge where you have to audit a plugin for security flaws. A chance to learn more about best practices and getting your code reviewed by core developers.
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…
Matt Mullenweg posted on the Make WordPress UI blog about some drastic changes that are being experimented with, by way of the MP6 plugin. I look forward to seeing how these evolve, and hope they extend beyond simple aesthetic changes to the skin.
Event swag can make your event really fun — or boring. With in-person events starting back up, let’s talk about what makes “good” swag.
The Daily Post on WordPress.com has a post explaining more about the WordAds system on WordPress.com. WordAds is a managed ads system Automattic created for the platform, so bloggers can monetize their blogs. It’s relevant, as traditional advertisers like Google Ads are not allowed.
The Automattic Jetpack team has announced a handy guide for people that want to contribute to Jetpack. I should probably learn from this, as historically, my methods for contributing to Jetpack have been by whining on Twitter. I wish more plugins had detailed contribution instructions like this.