In which Craig and I discuss my next steps towards single foundership.
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.
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.
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.
The WP Hacker Cast returns after a month’s break with a new show format.
In order to try and mix things up a bit, I’m trying out a new show format, to alternate with the original interview format.
What I’m calling ‘The Maker Cast’ will be a series of chats between myself and Craig Hewitt, the founder of Podcast Motor and Castos.
The idea behind The Maker Cast is to delve into the world of start ups and to try and learn the tips, tools and skills needed to successfully start your own business.
I hope you enjoy it.