March is quickly approaching and with it come three WordCamps: Atlanta, Copenhagen and San Diego!
There have been a few articles here on WP Daily reviewing some of the current mobile blogging apps available for iOS, namely Poster and WordPress. While each author presented what they liked about the apps, they also presented some of the shortcomings found therein. I myself enjoy blogging from my iPad and iPhone due in part to their portability and convenience but also in part because my notebook is an absolute clunker. So after reading these articles and gaining some experience with these two particular apps, plus iA Writer, I began to wonder: What would make the perfect mobile blogging app? You see […]
Today our WPOI (Word Person of Interest) is Jason Schuller. Jason is self-taught WordPress designer and developer, who started both WPelements.com and Press75. His perspective on the future of WordPress is much different than most of our interviewees, so you’ll definitely want to see what he has to say.
Will Norris, who we’ve briefly highlighted before, is the subject of our interview today. He’s a long time WordPress user and is a strong proponent for Open Source development. Did we mention he’s a Googler? Congratulate Will on his commit access to WPAndroid Trunk by leaving a comment after his interview because today he’s our Word Person of Interest (WPOI):
Week #1 as an intern is in the books and I’ve come out the other side unscathed, for the most part. I say for the most part because I’m still the new guy; mocking and correction are abundant. Don’t believe me? Check out the latest episode of Hello Dolly for proof. I’ve also come out of the first week with an even greater desire to improve: as a writer, editor, blogger and all around WordPress genius (long way to go on this last one). I’m learning quickly how much I don’t know, which has done nothing but prove to me […]
Thomas Griffin is all over the place. And I mean that in the best way possible. He’s an expert WordPress developer of both themes and plugins. He’s a talented golfer. He’s a WordCamp speaker. Oh yeah, did we mention he’s the guy behind Soliloquy? Check out the interview below to catch a glimpse into his skill and personality as today’s WPOI (Word Person of Interest):
Today we get the opportunity to meet Rhys Wynne, a web developer currently working in England and the man behind WP Email Capture. He mentions he’s a fan of professional wrestling, but as it turns out, he’s a super fan. Quiz him on the Royal Rumble, I dare you. Much more related to the topic of today’s interview, Rhys is a strong supporter of premium plugin development as you’ll see in the interview after the jump and today he’s our WPOI (Word-Person of Interest).
Whether he is speaking at WordCamps all over the country, teaching classes about WordPress or writing and reviewing for Smashing Magazine, it’s clear Jake Goldman is a WordPress man through and through. On top of this he is the president of the WordPress based web development company, 10up. Rumor has it he’s a pretty slick plugin developer too. Check out our interview with him below.
Hey everyone, Cam here. As of yesterday I am the newest foot soldier for WP Daily. I’ve already been mocked for my choice of profile photo on SocialCast (who hates on a clone trooper?) so I know this is going to be a great ride. Honestly, it’s nice to not be treated with kid gloves by your new bosses. It shows me they expect a certain level of quality, execution, and conviction in the work we do. It’s a fast paced culture but I can already tell that the team is tight knit, welcoming, and among other things very entertaining. […]