Lisa Sabin-Wilson started as a Movable Type user, and she got into WordPress because of the archived importing functionality. She is the author of WordPress for Dummies and WordPress Web Design for Dummies. Lisa enjoys writing in her free time, it helps her to increase her skills as a developer and a designer. She has just merged her company with WebDevStudios. You can find Lisa on Twitter at @lisasabinwilson.
- Brad– Diet Duff
- Dre– Makers Mark
- Lisa– Jack Daniels
Conference Quotas – Parody site
Interesting discussion on working remote vs. office. There are both pros and cons for both. Most of today’s tech companies are dispersed throughout the country.
Code.org. Effort to get everyday people to learn how to code. There are many links to basic computer science tutorials, which can help start people on the right track to learning to code.
100% GPL Theme/Graphic/Creative Market. Creative Market is a 100% GPL Theme/Graphic/Creative marketplace with a bunch of fantastic 100% GPL content.
WordPress for Women – Training by the Foundation
WordPress workshops are being offered encouraging women to participate and share their WP knowledge.
- Dre – Sucuri hiring a PHP dev – http://sucuri.net/company/employment/php-developer-ops-022513
- Brad – Pro WordPress Sub Reddit: For more advanced and WordPress topics and discussions http://www.reddit.com/r/ProWordPress
- Lisa – I’m loving on font icons these days. I find myself using them more and more to replace image based icons and sprites and have found a few great open source icon fonts to share:
- From Keyamoon (@keyamoon) With over 2600 free and open source icons in IcoMoon’s Library – one of my favorites is: Icomoon: http://icomoon.io/
- From Creativemarket.com – Listicons: https://creativemarket.com/MediaLoot/566-Listicons-Arrows-Bullet-Points
- 52 arrows and bullet points that are designed to replace large image sprites with a smaller and infinitely scalable collection of font-based list and bullet point icons
- Genericons from Automattic: http://wpdaily.co/genericons/
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