WP HackerCast – Episode 23 – Josepha Haden – Executive Director of WordPress

WP HackerCast – Episode 23 – Josepha Haden – Executive Director of WordPress

 
 
00:00 / 00:58:51
 
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Show notes:

WordPress Team Lead post

Meeting Etiquette

Updates to WordPress profiles and jobs.wordpress.net

Hemmingway App

Geekbot

Josepha on Twitter

WordPress Slack (@chanthaboune)

WP HackerCast – Episode 22 – Carole Olinger – A healthy dose of reality

WP HackerCast – Episode 22 – Carole Olinger – A healthy dose of reality

 
 
00:00 / 01:21:53
 
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Show notes:

Luxembourg

Plesk

A tough desicion

Carole’s Manifesto

Lipedema

WordPress Polyglots Team

Toggl

Wrike

Carole on Twitter

Carole on Facebook

WP HackerCast – Episode 21 – Jeff Pearce – Creative Technologist at Automattic

WP HackerCast – Episode 21 – Jeff Pearce – Creative Technologist at Automattic

 
 
00:00 / 01:23:40
 
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Show notes:

WooNav: Integrated in WP 3.0

JavaScript for WordPress

ES6 for everyone

React for beginners

Egghead.io

Laravel

Lumen

RLabs

Local by Flywheel

Jeff’s blog

Jeff on Twitter

WP HackerCast – Episode 20 – Tevya Washburn – Starfish Reviews and WordXpress

WP HackerCast – Episode 20 – Tevya Washburn – Starfish Reviews and WordXpress

 
 
00:00 / 01:16:48
 
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For the first new podcast of 2019 I had a great chat with Tevya Washburn from Starfish Reviews and WordXpress

Show notes:

WordXpress

Starfish Reviews

Izze

Why Gutenberg and Why Now?

WP HackerCast – Episode 19 – Corey Maass – App Development for Fun and Profit (Part 2).

WP HackerCast – Episode 19 – Corey Maass – App Development for Fun and Profit (Part 2).

 
 
00:00 / 01:07:43
 
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For episode 19 I finally get to sit down with Corey Maass, following up from where we left off in part 1, but almost 2 months later. 

Show Notes:

TechZing Live Podcast
Jim Carrey 10 million 
Remembering Why
SlimFramework
RedBeanPHP
Derek Sivers
KanbanWP
Gelform
Corey on Twitter

WP HackerCast – Episode 18 – Tomaz Zaman –
Codeable

WP HackerCast – Episode 18 – Tomaz Zaman –
Codeable

 
 
00:00 / 01:00:46
 
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Today I am chatting with a man who has had a profound influence on my life, Tomaz Zaman, the founder and CTO of Codeable, the #1 outsourcing platform for WordPress.

Show notes:

Typo3
Codeable
You are too cheap!
All things Codeable.
Codeable AMA
Tomaz on Facebook
Tomaz on Twitter

WP HackerCast – Episode 16 – Corey Maass – App Development for Fun and Profit.

WP HackerCast – Episode 16 – Corey Maass – App Development for Fun and Profit.

 
 
00:00 / 01:11:15
 
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It’s episode 16 of the WP hacker cast and today I’m talking with Corey Maass. Corey is an experience web developer, app maker, plugin builder and musician. Over the course of his career he has built a host of plugins and apps under his Gelform banner, but the most popular of those is the KanbanWP plugin for WordPress.

Corey and I were having such a great chat that we ended up having to cut our interview short, so this is going to be part 1 of a 2 part interview with Corey. In part 1 we talk about his music and web developer history, how he came up with the idea for KanbanWP and we discuss how he is in the process of rewriting the plugin and why he made this choice.

So here is part one of my interview with Corey Maas.

Show notes:

KanbanWP
Gelform
Virgil Wong
Corey on Twitter

WP HackerCast – Episode 15 – The Maker Cast: Selling up

WP HackerCast – Episode 15 – The Maker Cast: Selling up
Maker Cast

 
 
00:00 / 00:27:30
 
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In the second Maker Cast chat, I own up to the fact that I need to move onto something new.

Craig and I discuss how to go about selling an existing business, some of the tools I can use to do so and how to plan the next steps of my new start up.

 

 

WP HackerCast – Episode 14 – Daniel Bachuber – Humanist Software Development

WP HackerCast – Episode 14 – Daniel Bachuber – Humanist Software Development

 
 
00:00 / 01:18:31
 
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It’s episode 14 of the WP Hacker Cast and today I’m taking to Daniel Bachhuber. Daniel is an experienced WordPress developer, having worked for companies like Automattic and Human Made. He is also a very prolific contributor to WordPress projects, such as the Rest API and WP CLI, the command line interface for WordPress.

Daniel and I had a great chat about a wide variety of topics, from his experiences leading the WP CLI project, his thoughts on how open source philosophies apply to the world around him, what he has learned from Matt Mullenweg about the key to being successful in business, and the reasons you won’t find him on Twitter.

I hope you enjoy my chat with Daniel Bachhuber.

Show Notes:

Daniel’s Website
Hand Built
rtCamp
WP-CLI
Gutenberg Plugin Compatibility Checker
Nadia Eghbal
Open Source is Debt 
Humanist Software Development
Harvest
Iterm2
Things
Indie Hackers
Social Media Suicide