We’ve spent years honing our approach to hiring – and we’ve learned a lot of expensive and challenging lessons along the way.
How we can work together to reverse the troubling trends of the past year.
This week, I discussed license churn and the future of paid plugins in depth on Post Status.
When we wrote about Divi, we sure heard about it from our audience. So we’re returning to Divi and comparing the criticism to Full Site Editing to see how they stack up.
Would WordPress benefit by joining the Block Protocol? Or is the effort not worth the trouble? In this article, I will provide my personal answer to these questions
Newbies are turned off by the WordPress community, and with good reason. Here’s how we can change that.
What are the costs, drawbacks and red flags of WordPress joining the Block Protocol?
Set some healthy boundaries, and make plans to have a better work/life balance. Read on for six tips to make your life just a little bit easier.
I wanted to take this opportunity to talk about the different organizations that have helped alleviate the inequality in tech by paying their students, and the impact it is making on the tech community.
The conference was nothing short of amazing. Although it was a WordPress-focused conference, the speakers never made you feel like you had to be a WordPress expert or superfan to take in their knowledge.
Controlling the front-end design of WordPress sites can feel like a bit of a hot mess these days. How can we make CSS more predictable?
If the Block Pattern Directory is going to be anything, it should at least be a reliable place for users to grab code that follows industry-standard best practices.