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- About Brian Coords
- Brian is the Technology Director at Understrap and Howard Development & Consulting. Located in Southern California, Brian is a former college instructor and full-stack developer who brings his unique academic perspective to Understrap Academy. Brian is a graduate of California State Polytechnic University Pomona and California State University Fullerton. His work has included projects for Harvard University, The World Bank, and the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment.
Posts by Brian Coords
How agencies are handling the transition to Gutenberg- A conversation with In The Loop
MasterWP’s first ever cross-over collab! We talk to Cory Hughart and Phil Hoyt on their podcast In The Loop about all things block editing, open source theme frameworks, and creating media in the world of WordPress.
It’s OK to fear the command line
In the command line, anything is possible. It’s scary but with the right tool, it’s also empowering.
Can WordPress avoid the pitfalls of the no-code revolution?
Elma Studio’s Ellen Bauer challenged us to consider if WordPress can “push the boundaries” of no-code and “build for the future.”
The Imaginary Block-vs-Classic Battle in WordPress
If I don’t use the “Classic Editor” plugin OR Full Site Editing, do I even exist?
Interview with Newsletter Glue’s Lesley Sim
I talk with Lesley Sim of Newsletter Glue about open source product management and building a product on Gutenberg.
WordPress Leadership has a Public Relations Problem
The outrage cycle isn’t working. This public relations problem is negatively affecting our ability to solve the real problem in WordPress.
Joe Casabona on Free Riders and the Creator Economy
MasterWP sits down with WordPress podcaster and teacher Joe Casabona to discuss the creator economy and the “Free Rider problem” in WordPress.
Are WordPress hosting companies ready for full site editing?
WordPress is a content management system. So why is one of the best WordPress hosts telling me to manage my content elsewhere?
Solving WordPress Dashboard Spam and Contributing to WordPress
We talk to Jonathan Bossenger of Automattic about the WP Feature Notifications project and how anyone can help contribute to fix the WordPress dashboard spam issue.
Can’t Prop, Won’t Prop – Contributor Carrots and Sticks
A very mild rebuttal to Rob’s “Toxic Scorekeeping” post and a primer on what “props” are in WordPress.
Two Proposals for Coding Standards in WordPress
Two Coding Standards proposals in WordPress are great case studies in how these seemingly minor decisions have major impacts and implications on the project.