Month: October 2017

WP HackerCast – Episode 3 – Anchen le Roux & Page builders

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WP HackerCast – Episode 3 – Anchen le Roux & Page builders

 
 
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In this episode I’m talking to Anchen le Roux. Anchen is the owner of Simply Digital Design, a web design and digital marketing studio based in Pretoria. Before she got into WordPress development Anchen used to be a .Net developer so she has some pretty serious development chops. She is organiser of the Pretoria WordPress meetup, one of the organisers of WordCamp Johannesburg and a speaker at both WordCamp Johannesburg and WordCamp Cape Town.

Anchen was originally nervous to talk on the podcast, because lately her day to day work doesn’t really involve much coding, but what I soon found is that, like any good developer, Anchen has a pre made child theme that sets up her theme framework as a blank canvas, for her to build her next client project on. We spoke about her journey to WordPress from .Net, her love of travel, how joining a WordPress mastermind group changed her business and had quite a frank discussion about WordPress Page Builders.

I also learned that it is 100% possible to become a self taught digital marketing expert, something that I didn’t realise was possible.

Show Notes:

The Content Creation Strategy Guide

Dunning-Kruger Effect

WPElevation

Beaver Builder

Desktop Server

Better Proposals

Plutio

Post Cron

SystemHUB

Anchen on Twitter

Simply Digital Design

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WP HackerCast – Episode 2 – Justin Sainton & Gutenberg

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WP HackerCast – Episode 2 – Justin Sainton & Gutenberg

 
 
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Let’s get it from better to awesome!

This month’s episode is dedicated to one of the hottest topics in the WordPress space right now, the new Gutenberg editing experience, and I couldn’t think of a better person to talk about this with than Justin Sainton.

Justin is one of my favourite people in the WordPress space. He’s one of the four international people I met at WordCamp Cape Town who helped shape my decision to get more involved with WordPress. Justin has been running his own agency Zao since leaving High School and has a wealth of development and WordPress knowledge. He is also one of the most positive people I know.

Justin and I chatted about his WordPress story, but a large chunk of the conversation was centred around Gutenberg. It was really great to talk to someone who is so positive about the future of Gutenberg and WordPress.

Show Notes:

Zao

Justin on Twitter

WP eCommerce

CMB2

The Gutenberg that could have been

Justin’s thoughts on Gutenberg

Local by Flywheel

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