Ben Fox got started in tech by using his dad’s 64 bit push cart Texas Instruments computer. He was approached by an acquaintance to build a website for him. Fox researched how to build the site for a whopping $300. Fast forward to today, he’s the co-founder of WPUniversity and SIDEKICK, both aimed at education and support for the WordPress community both old and new.
You can find him on twitter @benjaminefox
Brad-Cup of Joe with a splash of Bailey’s
Ben-Mill Street Organic
Dre is leaving Sucuri
Dre is leaving Sucuri. He’s handing the reins over to Tony Perez. It’s a bittersweet moment, but now Dre is looking forward to having time to hang out with his kids, and explore in his Jeep!
Jetpack 3.0 is out!
They listened to a lot of the complaints from previous versions to overhaul and make major renovations.
Growth is painful – The “Scathing” WP Engine review
Jason Cohen responds to the article written raising concerns about the quality of customer service from WP Engine. He attributes many of the complaints to “growing pains” that come with the company’s growth.
Dre-Dre will be competing at IBJJF World Championship in Long Beach California. Watch live at IBJJF.tv.
Brad- WordCamp Philly 2014, Brad is helping organize the event.
Ben-MasterPress Plugin creates a framework to build sites off of cheaper and easier.
Placekitten is a simple service for getting pictures of kittens for use as placeholders in your designs or code.
WordCamp Philly 2014-June 7-8th
WordCamp Chicago-June 13-15th
WordCamp NYC– August 2-3rd
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