What’s new in web images. Are they worth a thousand words?

What are all the cool young kids doing with images and CSS? Found out in the podcast today!

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What’s new in web images. Are they worth a thousand words?

What are all the cool young kids doing with images and CSS? Found out in the podcast today!

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Turning Layoffs Into A Hopeful Workspace

In a recent episode of the WP Minute+ podcast, Matt Medeiros sat down with Nyasha Green, a WordPress developer, course creator, and podcaster, to discuss her new podcast, “The Hopeful Workspace.” Nyasha shared her experience of being laid off twice within a year and how she turned this challenging situation into an opportunity to create […]

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WooBits is Now BobWP on Community

Sometimes a round peg doesn’t fit in a square space. No matter how much you try.

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WordPress With Special Guest Justin Chen Pickfu

Bootstrapping A Side Project Into a Successful BusinessLearn how to transform your side project into a profitable venture through smart bootstrapping techniques.Uncover the secrets behind transforming an idea into a full-fledged business with our captivating show on bootstrapping a side project to success. Explore proven strategies, learn from the experiences of successful founders, and get […]

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The Full Do the Woo Podcast Channel Show Lineup is Released

With 12 shows for WordPress and WooCommerce builders and business, our channel has something for everyone.

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GAAD 2024 WordPress Accessibility Showcase

Explore how WordPress accessibility evolves with insights from top plugins and themes for a more inclusive web experience.

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Whose WordPress is it anyway?

On this episode, Jason Tucker and Sé Reed discuss the concept of who “owns” the WordPress open-source project and the broader question of who controls WordPress, highlighting the tension between the open-source community’s ideals and the reality of centralized control. The episode concludes with a call for transparency and accountability in the WordPress community, particularly […]

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WordPress Developer’s Experiences Using GeneratePress in 2024

WordPress Developer’s Experiences Using GeneratePress in 2024With Special Guest Jonathan JerniganGet the inside scoop on GeneratePress from WordPress developers in 2024. Elevate your site with cutting-edge strategies and techniques.Join us as we journey through 2024 with WordPress developers sharing their stories about using GeneratePress to create stunning websites. Get an insider’s perspective on how this […]

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Jay Walsh from WooCommerce and BobWP on Do the Woo 4.0

Jay and BobWP chat about the upcoming launch and share some insights into the community behind Do the Woo.

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Raising Prices in WordPress

In a recent episode of the WP Minute+ podcast, Matt Medeiros sat down with Kim Coleman, co-founder of Paid Memberships Pro, to discuss the often-challenging topic of raising prices for WordPress plugins. Kim shared valuable insights into why WordPress companies should consider price increases, how her team prepared for the change, and the market’s reaction […]

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E59: WordPress 6.5.4 Restores Auto-redirect After Plugin Activation, Automattic for Agencies, WCEU 2024

This episode, sponsored by Omnisend and Cloudways, covers the latest WordPress releases, security updates, community news, and insights into the broader tech world. Highlights include discussions on WordPress 6.5.4’s maintenance release, the upcoming WordPress 6.6, new features in Gutenberg 18.5, and Automattic’s new agency program. The episode also touches on Google’s latest API for Ads, […]

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Jay Walsh from WooCommerce and BobWP on Do the Woo 4.0

Jay and BobWP chat about the upcoming launch and share some insights into the community behind Do the Woo.

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Raising Prices in WordPress: Insights from Kim Coleman of Paid Memberships Pro

In a recent episode of the WP Minute+ podcast, Matt Medeiros sat down with Kim Coleman, co-founder of Paid Memberships Pro, to discuss the often-challenging topic of raising prices for WordPress plugins. Kim shared valuable insights into why WordPress companies should consider price increases, how her team prepared for the…

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It’s your first WordCamp? Welcome!

Get ready to dive into the vibrant world of WordCamps with this special episode of the WordPress Briefing, hosted by Josepha Haden Chomphosy! This episode is designed for first-time attendees; we’l…

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Some Speakers from WordCamp Europe 2024

We are having 11 speakers from WordCamp Europe 2024 inviting you to their sessions.

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Navigating the Changing Landscape of WordPress with Tammie Lister

About Tammie Lister: Tammie Lister is a product creator focusing on WordPress. She has a hybrid background across product, design, psychology and development. She contributes to WordPress and is passionate about Open Source, community and drinking tea. Find Tammie Lister: | Twitter | Facebook | Instagram | LinkedIn

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WordPress 6.6 Beta 1, Gutenberg 18.3, 18.4, 18.5

In this episode, Magdalena Paciorek and Birgit Pauli-Haack discuss WordPress 6.6 Beta 1, Gutenberg releases 18.3, 18.4, 18.5 and WordCamp Europe

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WordPress Is Exciting Again

With WordPress 6.6 beta releasing, and seeing the advancements being made with site building features like Overrides for Synced Patterns — I can’t help but be excited for where WordPress is headed.

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Exploring typography and accessibility with Piccia Neri

Today we’ll dive deep into how starting web design with content and typography can make a world of difference in user experience and accessibility.

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The WordPress Community, Training, and DEIB with Laura Adamonis

Laura Adamonis, a dynamic member of the WordPress community, shares her journey, contributions to training, and DEIB advocacy.

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SEO Tips and Web Accessibility Insights with Christian Behrends

Join Anne, Taeke, and Christian Behrends on the Do the Woo Accessibility podcast as they discuss web accessibility, share success stories, and provide valuable resources.

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For a Good Time, Four Developers, Four Hosts

New hosts Mike and Marcel join Zach and Carl for an all out conversation about the state of the WordPress and Woo developer and what’s to come in future shows.

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Jamie Marsland on the WordCamp Europe Speed Building Challenge

On the podcast today we have Jamie Marsland. Jamie runs a WordPress plugin business and has recently become a full-time content creator on YouTube. You might know Jamie from his popular WordPress s…

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“It’s a long ‘un” –

The WordPress news from the last week which commenced Monday 27th May 2024.

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WP Tavern is dead?, WordPress 6.5.4 RC1 Now Available, Future of Plugin Review Team

Dive into the latest WordPress news, updates, and community insights. This week, we tackle WordPress Events’ challenges, test out WordPress 6.5.4 RC1, and invite your feedback on the Plugin Review process and Learn WordPress content. Don’t miss WordCamp Europe’s live update, explore Studio for Windows, and get the scoop on Google’s privacy updates and the […]

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Running a WordPress Plugin Business Single Handedly

This episode of Woo BizChat we chat with Mark Westguard from WS Form, sharing his journey as a solopreneur in the plugin business.

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 Use Variable Products in E-commerce by The SDM Show

Rob Cairns talks about Variable Products in e-commerce.Show Highlights: 1. What is a variable product? 2. Variable products make for a better user experience. 3. All e-commerce platforms support variable products.

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WPCoffeeTalk: Muhammad Saad Khan

Saad is the director of product marketing at DigitalOcean (Cloudways). He has spent more than 10 years at Cloudways. Growing the company from Zero to over 100,000 customers. He his core competency lies in content strategy, product marketing, field marketing and branding.

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Podcast E536 – Listener Q & A

Upcoming events WordCamp Kraków, Poland 7 June–9 June, 2024 WordCamp Cartagena 7 June–9 June, 2024 Segment 1: In the News WPEngine Rebrand – article – by Lawrence Ladomery Segment 2: Listener Q/A What is the difference between Google Analytics and Search Console. And do you use them? What is your go to service for Transactional […]

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Quick Accessibility Audits with Gen Herres

Gen Herres shares how “quick audits” can help website owners get a high-level understanding of their overall accessibility.

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Insights from Marcel Bootsman on static site hosting with Kinsta

Today we’re talk about Kinsta’s static site hosting, and we explore its benefits, technical intricacies, and much more.

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How Katie Keith Built a $1.5M WordPress Plugin Business: Growth Tips & Pitfalls to Avoid

In this episode #29 of Peaceful Growth, CEO and Co-Founder of Barn2 Plugins, Katie Keith, joins the host, Anil Gupta.🎓 What You’ll Learn in This Episode:- How can businesses identify and leverage market gaps to develop unique products?- How do successful entrepreneurs avoid common mistakes and obstacles to ensure business growth?- Explore the significance of […]

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From Camper to Code: Alex Standiford and Siren Affiliates

Join us in this episode of ‘Within WordPress’ as we sit down with Alex Standiford to explore his innovative Siren Affiliates plugin. Alex shares his fascinating journey through the WordPress ecosphere, emphasizing his work with Siren Affiliates and how it’s transforming affiliate marketing within WordPress. We’ll also touch on his extensive networking at WordCamps, his […]

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Insights from Marcel Bootsman on static site hosting with Kinsta

Today we’re talk about Kinsta’s static site hosting, and we explore its benefits, technical intricacies, and much more.

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The WordPress Media Corps

This experimental initiative is a team that replaced the WordPress Marketing Team. Not commercial WordPress, mind you, but the open source dot org side of the house. If you’ve been following me for any amount of time, you don’t need me to spell out how important this initiative could be.

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WordCamp Canada, the Challenges, Innovations, and Community Engagement

Shanta shares the challenges, diverse initiatives, and cultural elements in preparing for WordCamp Canada.

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Episode 80: Unlocking Your WordPress Potential with Learn WordPress Tools

Welcome to another episode of the WordPress Briefing! In this episode, your host, Josepha Haden Chomphosy, delves into the incredible resources available to help you broaden your WordPress expertis…

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US DOJ Says All State & Local Government Sites Must Meet WCAG 2.1 AA, Maine Root Sarsaparilla

We review the final rule issued by the US Justice Department requiring government websites to meet WCAG 2.1 AA standards.

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The Next Generation of WordPress Users and Builders

In this new Do the Woo podcast series, Allison Dye and Sophia DeRosia take a journey to explore the next generation of WordPressers.

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The Force of Kindness

In this episode, Kathy and Michelle talk about how kindness to strangers is quite memorable. And of course, always be kind to yourself.

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5 Design Trends

This week I Share 5 Design Trends Upcoming Events WordCamp Montclair New Jersey. 1 June, 2024 Somos: Encuentro WordPress LGTB+ Barcelona 1 June, 2024 Segment 1: In the News WordPress turns 21 Segment 2: Top 5 Design Trends Segment 3: Tool of the Week Dropbox for free audio transcriptions

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Choosing Your Memories

Sometimes there are days and memories that should just stay in the vault, never to be spoken of again. In this episode, Michelle and Kathy recount some past memories that are both cringe-worthy and comedic.

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Rene Morozowich on Creating Your First Digital Product

About Rene Morozowich: Rene helps established service providers create their first digital product so they can gain an additional income stream, grow their impact without increasing 1:1 work, and experience more time freedom. She’s the host of Your First Digital Product, a podcast and YouTube show where she talks to business owners who have launched digital […]

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Building Community and Driving Innovation Through Hosting

Moeez from Cloudways shares insights on community engagement, product development, and navigating challenges in the hosting industry.

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Career Shifts & Internships

This week I talk about Career Shifts & Internships Upcoming events WordCamp Vigo, Galicia, Spain 25 May–26 May, 2024 Segment 1: In the News Cloudways brings back options The WP Community Collective and GoDaddy Launch New Program to Empower and Promote Underrepresented Speakers in WordPress Silly Little Goals 1 Year Survey Segment 2: Career Shifts […]

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Do the Woo Podcast, 500 Shows Later

The Do the Woo podcast channel of shows for WordPress and WooCommerce builders and businesses has reached episode 500.

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WordPress turns 21. Hear from 21 voices about what WordPress means to them

So this is like no podcast episode I’ve ever done. Normally it’s me talking to one, perhaps two, other people… but not today!

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How to Become a WordPress YouTube Influencer In 2024

  Special Guest Christian TaylorHow to Become a WordPress YouTube Influencer In 2024 Special Guest Christian Taylor Unlock the secrets to becoming a successful WordPress YouTube influencer in 2024. Elevate your content and soar to stardom.We are calling all aspiring influencers. Unleash your potential and become a sought-after WordPress expert on YouTube by tuning into our exclusive […]

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Mobile Accessibility: Building and Testing Accessible Mobile Sites & Native Apps with Gian Wild

Gian Wild, CEO of Accessibility Oz, explored the nuanced and challenging world of mobile accessibility testing.

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Alexander Gilmanov on Transitioning From Developer to Entrepreneur. Part 2.

On the podcast today we have Alexander Gilmanov, and he’s sharing his story of transitioning from freelancer to agency manager, now overseeing a team of 43. With a focus on WordPress ecosyste…

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WPCoffeeTalk: Svilena Peneva

Svilena Peneva jumped into the WordPress community with both feet and hasn’t looked back. A real mover and shaker, she’s dedicated to helping others in the community, as she works as a marketer and community manager at NitroPack.

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E56: WP 6.6 Release Squad, WCEU Receives Patronage from the European Parliament

Join us on The WP Week Podcast for the latest WordPress insights, sponsored by Omnisend and Cloudways. This week, we discuss the WordPress 6.6 release led by Matt Mullenweg, WooCommerce’s new features, and community proposals. We also cover Google’s new crawlers, the importance of digital accessibility, and security updates for WordPress plugins. Plus, investment news […]

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Groundbreaker Talents, Opening Tech Opportunities for Young Women in Uganda

Learn about mentorship, sponsorship, and the impactful work of Groundbreaker, a program drives powerful experiences for mentors, talents, and the tech industry for young women in Uganda.

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Using Affiliate Sales to Grow a WordPress Agency

In this episode of the WP Minute+, Matt Medeiros interviews Alex Standiford, the creator of Siren Affiliates, a new affiliate plugin for WordPress. Standiford explains that Siren Affiliates is designed to help businesses create diverse affiliate programs that go beyond traditional affiliate marketing, enabling collaboration and partnerships in various ways.…

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Building a Multichannel WooCommerce Shop

In this episode of Woo AgencyChat learn more about turning your clients WooCommerce shop into a multichannel store.

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NASA’s New Website – the Switch to WordPress and Block Editor

Stacy Holtz, Gary Kovar and Birgit Pauli-Haack discuss NASA’s new website – the switch to WordPress and Block Editor, the scale of the project, the block and theme development, design and migration

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All You Need to Know About WordCamp Europe 2024 in Torino, Italy

Devin, Liza, Hacer, and Piermario discuss WordCamp Europe 2024 preparations, diversity initiatives, and the new WordCamp Connect.

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Episode 79: Why Start a WordPress Media Corps (and Why Now?)

There’s a new initiative in the WordPress community: the WordPress Media Corps. In today’s episode of the WordPress Briefing, you’ll find out how it came to be, first as a nugget of an idea during …

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WPCoffeeTalk: Chris Vanover

Chris is the Senior Director of Product Management at Newfold Digital (which includes Bluehost and Yoast). It was so great to get to know him better (having met at WCAsia this year), and to talk about Bluehost Cloud – bringing cloud offerings through partnership with Automattic.

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Gravatar Has Alt Text! + Parkinsons & Mobile Accessibility, Blue Norther Prickly Pear Hard Seltzer

Gravatar has the recent addition of alternative text support in Gravatar and the far-reaching effects this will have.

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Tackling Inaccessibility, Questioning Quick Fixes, and Advancing Web Accessibility in Ecommerce

Hosts Anne and Taeke discussing their commitment to web accessibility, legal and ethical implications, and the business impact of accessibility.

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Alex Borto discusses AI integration in WordPress development

Today I talk to Alex Borto, a WordPress educator and the brain behind wpmarmite.com and the WP Turbo Dev projects.

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Interview with Tara Claeys

Upcoming Events WordCamp Porto, Portugal. 17 May–18 May, 2024 Segment 1: In the News 404 Media article about Russia replacing Wikipedia! Segment 2: Interview With Tara Claeys Tara’s tools Google Apps Zight Figma Follow Tara Designtlc.com Segment 3: Tool of the Week Gravity Wiz

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5 Reasons to Love Data Liberation

Upcoming Events WordCamp Sylhet, Bangladesh 10 May–11 May, 2024 Segment 1: In the News Awesome Motive acquired AccessAlly and PopupAlly Shutterstock Enters into Definitive Agreement to Acquire Envato, Featuring Envato Elements, the Unlimited Creative Content Subscription Jamies Giroux informed me and the world — that he has shut down TeamWP and joined forces with Remkus […]

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6 Biggest WordPress Moves While Mullenweg was on Sabbatical

Matt Mullenweg is returning from his 3 month sabbatical, dubbed “Samattical”, which kicked off February 1, 2024. He handed the CEO reigns back to Toni Schneider and placed Daniel Bachhuber in charge of WordPress.com in his absence. I thought we’d see the whole organization coast while the open source benevolent…

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WordPress 6.6 + 6.5.3, Gutenberg 18.1 + 18.2, and Create Block Theme Updates

In this episode, Sarah Norris and Birgit Pauli-Haack discuss WordPress 6.6 and 6.5.3, Gutenberg 18.1 + 18.2 and Create Block Theme Updates

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E53: Plugin Directory Playground Previews Feedback, Studio From WordPress.com

Tune in to The WP Week Podcast for the latest WordPress news and insights! Sponsored by Omnisend and WP Job Openings plugin, this episode covers the new WordPress 6.5 “Regina” release, the innovative local development tool Studio, and the upcoming WordPress 6.6. We discuss Gutenberg 18.2’s new features, tech updates including Google’s anti-competitive tactics, and […]

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WPCoffeeTalk: Courtney P.K.

I first met Courtney at WordCamp San Diego in 2018. She was so kind to me after I gave a talk there, and has consistently shown that kindness ever since. She’s one of the community members that always makes you feel welcome and valued. I’m so happy to know her, and so happy you can […]

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Inside WordPress Security: Conversations with security veteran Tom Raef

This comprehensive conversation delves into the world of WordPress security through the lens of Tom Raef, a seasoned security expert with a history dating back to the inception of personal computing. The podcast covers Tom’s journey into website security, emphasizing his manual approach to cleaning infected websites and the evolution towards automation to enhance efficiency. […]

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Take the Gender Equality in WordPress Businesses Survey

The survey asks questions about the gender composition of leadership teams, the experiences of women and gender-diverse leaders and employees, and the challenges and barriers to their career success.

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Developer Coding Practices, PHP Nomad, and ChatGPT in Woo DevChat

In a Woo DevChat conversation, Alex Standiford discusses remote work, WordPress development, the potential of PHP Nomad and ChatGPT.

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Nahuai Badiola on Digital Sustainability Across the Whole WordPress Project

On the podcast today we have Nahuai Badiola. Nahuai is a freelance WordPress developer, theme, and plugin creator. He also writes WordPress code tutorials and enjoys sharing everything he learns ab…

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Empowering Diversity and Inclusion in WordPress and Beyond

Shanta Nathwani and Birgit chat about diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging in the WordPress and tech community.

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Optimizing Your Software Pricing Page for Results with Vova Feldman

Freemius CEO and founder Vova Feldman has more than a decade’s experience in pricing mastery. He shares strategies for optimizing your pricing page.

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“Panic at home, joy in the studio”

The WordPress news from the last week which commenced Monday 22nd April 2024.

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The WordPress Theme Market is Heating Up

In this episode of the WP Minute+, Matt Medeiros interviews Rafal Tomal, co-creator of the new Rockbase WordPress theme. Tomal, a renowned designer in the WordPress community, discusses his journey from working at Copyblogger and StudioPress to founding his own agency and eventually creating Rockbase with his partner, Chris Hufnagel.

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Including Women in WordPress

In this episode, Michelle and Samah talk about women working in WordPress and the current survey that WP Includes is doing around Gender Equality in WordPress Businesses. We talk about how women are treated and accommodated differently in the workplace country by country and company by company and share some of our own personal experiences.

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Guided Growth: Cultivating Contributors Through Mentorship

Explore the transformative world of the WordPress Contributor Mentorship Program with guest host Angela Jin and special guest and sponsored contributor Hari Shanker. Whether you’re a long-tim…

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WordPress Potpourri With Damon Cook

Rob Cairns talks to Damon Cook about WordPress.Show Highlights: 1. What changes are coming? 2. What is Damon excited about in WordPress? 3. Things Rob and Damon would like to see in WordPress.

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WordPress-ActivityPub with Matthias Pfefferle

Today, we sit down with Matthias Pfefferle of Automattic, the developer behind the ActivityPub integration for WordPress!

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WPCoffeeTalk: Joost de Valk

Joost is the founder of Yoast who is now an investor in (open source) software companies at Emilia Capital and still develops open source software himself too. I’m fortunate to have been able to work with him on different projects, and count him among my friends.

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