A plugin debate accidentally reveals some awkward truths about PageSpeed.
I built a sweet merch site, but Woo still has some catching up to do.
I talk with Lesley Sim of Newsletter Glue about open source product management and building a product on Gutenberg.
Twitter gets a bad rap because of the negative ways in which it’s used but in my opinion that’s because people just aren’t using it right. Especially in the WordPress community.
Being a people leader is not the same as managing work. It’s a completely different career path that requires a complete rethinking of your day-to-day.
The outrage cycle isn’t working. This public relations problem is negatively affecting our ability to solve the real problem in WordPress.
Happy 6 months!
The backstory of Wix vs. WordPress.
“Looking for [role]. If that’s you, message me!” is an extremely poor way to recruit. Here’s why.
Funding the WordPress open-source project doesn’t have to generate drama. Here’s a clear, simple, proven approach to ensuring WordPress is a financial success.
Annie Easley was an American computer scientist, mathematician and rocket scientist from Birmingham, Alabama.
MasterWP sits down with WordPress podcaster and teacher Joe Casabona to discuss the creator economy and the “Free Rider problem” in WordPress.