It’s been a hot minute since most of us have attended an in-person WordCamp. Feeling rusty? Here are some tips for attending WCEU.
There are things that both the organizers — and all levels of attendees — can do to make sure that events are as low-stress as possible.
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.
Learn to building your résumé! With a few tips, and some time to make it shine, it is one of your greatest tools for finding a new job.
WordPress/Life Balance: when work is WordPress, it’s hard to figure out where the balance part is. So how do you find balance?
I want to show you what mature WordPress agencies should be looking for in your code as a developer and how to get hired by them.
These past two years have made successful leaders realize more than ever that treating their employees’ experiences—and their own—with stoic indifference is no longer an effective leadership strategy.
Is your elevator pitch doing its job?
If you’re attending all the things and you’re not getting a return on your time and investment, then it’s time to take another look.
What’s the best way to build an annually recurring cycle of 365 posts for a “post of the day” feature on a WordPress site?
Five tips for networking at an online conference from Michelle Frechette and the WordPress community.
In episode #5 of the Get Hired Podcast you’ll learn about networking opportunities like WordCamps, meetups, and WordPress.org teams.
The wording on your job listings can invite applications — or turn good candidates away. An inclusive approach will attract the best people.
Has your WordPress company been acquired? You’re not alone.
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.
Job searching: You have to do it yourself, but you don’t have to do it by yourself.
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.