[y=bQ43m1L1pi0 height=400] Show notes: Lisa Sabin-Wilson is the author of WordPress For Dummies, which is a compilation of her knowledge from working with WordPress since 2003. Lisa is also a co-owner of WebDevStudios, as well as a mainstay public speaker on: WordPress, blogging, design, and social media. You can find Lisa on Twitter @LisaSabinWilson! Sippin’ on Brad – 12-year-old Scotch Dre – 12-year-old Scotch Lisa – 12- year-old Scotch Pressing topics Drew Jaynes will be the lead on WordPress 4.2 10up engineer, Drew Jaynes, is going to lead development on WordPress 4.2. Depression in IT A look at helping out the community to preemptively spot signs of depression before they […]
Get your popcorn ready, WP Think Tank #2 is about to begin! WP Think Tank #2 starts at 2pm Pacific. Troy Dean has put together an awesome panel of WordPress professionals to engage in a 2-hour-long conversation about the future of WordPress. Like WP Think Tank #1, the panel will take place in a live Google Hangout, where viewers can participate in a live chat. Panelists include: Brian Clarke, Matt Medeiros, Lisa Sabin-Wilson, Alex King, Tom Willmot, Miriam Schwab, and Cory Miller. Are you watching WP Think Tank #2? Marie Dodson is an editorial assistant at Torque. She graduated from Cornell University with a degree in Biology and Society. She enjoys […]
Like with most great things in the WordPress community, it started with WebDev Studios. Two founders, writing code and sometimes writing books. And a friend of theirs, Lisa Sabin-Wilson, also writing some code and writing books. And then they merged. If you were at Pressnomics this past year, you heard Lisa’s version of the story. And it was compelling. And I’m sure it made more than one small company think about its own position in the ecosystem. Should they partner with someone else? Should they merge? But how do you go about doing this? The questions were plentiful, I’m sure. […]
It’s been a relative “light” week as I look back on the past 7 days – although we’ve had a record amount of posts published this past week the other sources of news articles has been relatively small. And when I say “small” I don’t mean small-small as there’s always a lot going on. Just compared to the previous week I suppose. I’m rambling. In anycase, here are some great articles that you may have missed that we didn’t cover – and don’t forget to enter into our BlogDroid Giveaway!