Episode 17 reviews what we have been up to in 2021.
In this episode we are joined by Michael Bragg to chat about automating workflows and deployments when developing on WordPress. Video
With full site editing coming in WordPress 5.8, due for release later in July this year, we chatted to Fränk Klein all about what it is and what it offer to users and developers. Video Related links WP Development course – Building block based themes Show sponsor This episode is sponsored by JobRelay, the easiest […]
In this episode Keith and I host a discussion and question and answer session about the main topics surrounding the WordPress project at the moment. Watch the video Show sponsor This episode is sponsored by the excellent SpinupWP. SpinupWP is a Modern Cloud-Based Server Control Panel and the best way to have your own extremely […]
What does the future hold for the WordPress open source project? In this episode we spoke to Matt Mullenweg and Josepha Haden Chomposy about the future of WordPress. Watch the video Show guests Matt Mullenweg Matt is the co-founder of WordPress and the founder and CEO of Automattic, the company behind WordPress.com, WooCommerce, Tumblr, WordPress […]
There are many plugin developers in the WordPress community and some of them are making money from their plugins. In the show we chat with Iain Poulson and James Kemp about making money by selling WordPress plugins. Watch the video Show guests Iain Poulson Iain is a developer, podcaster, and business owner. By day he’s […]
WordPress recently shipped with a new theme, the Twenty Twenty-One theme. In this episode we ask the people that built it all about the ideas and decisions about how it was built.
In this episode, we were joined by Tom Greenwood, Hannah Smith and Jack Lennox to discuss the environmental impact of our work and what we can do to make our WordPress websites more sustainable.
Deserved or not, WordPress has a reputation problem when it comes to security. In this episode, Keith and Mark are joined by WordPress security experts Tim Nash and Chris Wiegman.
Mark and Keith are joined by expert WordPress developer Bill Erickson to discuss how to work with Gutenberg when building custom, modern WordPress themes.