Lions and tigers and… coding problems? How our evolutionary nervous responses can get in our way, and how breath can help us get back to calm, clear minds and bodies
The Pandemic has shifted many of us to doing things from home we normally would do elsewhere. This can be both liberating and isolating. It has also made us stationary. How can we regain some movement in our bodies and minds while doing remote work?
Leo Losoviz shares his method for running automated integration tests for his popular GraphQL API plugin for WordPress.
This last weekend I had the opportunity to fly to Italy and visit Milano (Milan) for WordCamp Italia. I left
In the command line, anything is possible. It’s scary but with the right tool, it’s also empowering.
Elma Studio’s Ellen Bauer challenged us to consider if WordPress can “push the boundaries” of no-code and “build for the future.”
Why don’t people in the community know how to speak out respectfully? And on the flip side of that, why is everything an attack when people respond calmly to criticism?
Pablo defines himself as a geek, otaku, catholic, father, and husband (not in that order). He also is a freelancer at Codeable and you can find him anywhere on the internet as @OtakuPahp.
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.
Happy 6 months!
MasterWP sits down with WordPress podcaster and teacher Joe Casabona to discuss the creator economy and the “Free Rider problem” in WordPress.