DradCast is chugging along just fine with them bumping into their 6th episode very soon. In fact, they’ve managed to get Matt Mullenweg to help host the next one which will be broadcast live at 8:00pm EST next Wednesday, the 27th. You’re not going to want to miss it.
Show Notes Host Tony Perez was defense contractor for many years. In 2009, he was introduced to STIG compliance. Vulnerability scanning and such started to come onto his radar. He started helping with Sucuri with Dre in 2011. Tony is now the COO at Sucuri Inc. He can be found on Twitter at @Perezbox and online at Perezbox.com and Tony On Security. Sippin’ On Brad- Grape Vodka and Club Soda Dre- Dos Equis Tony- Water Pressing Topics 2012 Web Malware Trends Report Summary. Sucuri posted its 2012 malware trends summary, where they deem that only 74% of sites are healthy. […]
The guys at DradCast (hosted by the awesome Dre of Sucuri and Brad of WebDevStudios) are continuing their awesome interviews and perhaps the best intro ever was created last night via Adii Pienaar, one of the founders of WooThemes: So I’m been waiting for my invite and this opportunity for bloody ages, and I had to wait up until episode 11 to finally get it. I know, I was appalled as well. I guess that’s however, it’s indicative of how an ex-rockstar is treated these days, like a fucking ghost. That said, the greater WordPress ecosystem has taken notice of a […]
We’ve mentioned that DradCast was coming and it hasn’t even been two full weeks and they actually have two broadcasts in the can – nice! Using Google Hangouts they’ve recorded two episodes with Cory Miller and John Hawkins which have covered a host of topics, from theme development, GPL, the global economy, design, and more. It would be hard to pin-down exactly what each episode is succinctly about but that doesn’t really bother me at this time – I love the fresh flavor and conversation style of the work so far and how could you possibly go wrong with the world’s longest intro bumper ever? […]
Last night the hosts of DradCast had Matt Mullenweg on for 71 minutes of discussion around interfaces, evolution, and the future of WordPress. Tuning in from one of the “best” internet connections via South Africa Matt spent some time discussing many things at length as well as answering community questions. He even mentioned the 8 year anniversary of Automattic, incorporated March 28, 2005! If you’ve got the time it’s well worth it: