It takes time to code a decent WordPress plugin, more time if you don’t have the right plan of implementing and releasing it into the wild. If it’s your first time then here’s a great presentation that may save you more than a few hours of work – thanks to Jonathan Desrosiers for the presentation!
I have a graduate degree in education and so it’s needless to say that I’m very passionate about the field and the importance of providing quality pedagogy to those that are coming up after us, who will eventually be our leaders and innovators. WordPress is a vital part of creating that fundamental foundation with it’s use in education and teaching – which is why I love this presentation by John Caserta in a 2012 presentation:
There are a number of us who are making the transition from working a full-time job (that we may not necessarily love) into a more be-your-own-boss type lifestyle with freelancing, specifically with WordPress. This is a neat transition and one that is both very exciting but also fraught with tough decisions, a bit of anxiety, and let’s a honest, an unknown future. Be encouraged though as many have gone before you, and have lived to tell the tale! These two great WordCamp presentations may give you more fuel to your fire: