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A brief yet caffeinated chat with WP all-star Michelle Frechette on her podcast, WPCoffeeTalk.
Aurooba and I talk to Cory and Phil about our podcast, viewSource— and we talk about why we started it, who it’s for, and why all of us keep putting ourselves out there, learning WordPress in public.
In this episode, Rob and Brian review the biggest new features of WordPress 6.2, the integration of the Openverse image library into WordPress Core, discuss whether “Full Site Editing” is really ready to move out of Beta, and whether the Openverse is proof that web privacy regulations have become a hindrance rather than a help…
Chatted with Doc Pop about viewSource, using GitHub Copilot, and what we think the world of AI might do to SEO and web development.
A fantastic conversation with Cory and Phil from In The Loop all about building custom WordPress themes in the Gutenberg era.
Got to talk about all things WordPress 6.1 / Gutenberg with my good friend Teron Bullock.
I’ve been a Nathan Wrigley fan since my days as a big Beaver Builder user, so I was stoked to sit down with him. We recorded this a while back and mostly discussed the WP Feature Notifications project I’ve been working on for WordPress.
This was a fun chat with Rob about the whole “market share” and “WordPress economy” discussions going on.
Last week I joined the WP-Tonic roundtable again to talk about WordPress stuff. Everyone on this episode is a smart WordPress player but we also went off the rails reacting to some of the recent events in WordPress.