Matt Mullenweg talks about WordPress as of Dec 2018 from WordCamp US in Nashville, TN.
We were at the world’s most enviable workplace, allegedly, but were repeatedly reminded that we would not be hired full-time and were not part of the club. Technically, we were employees of a legal staffing agency whose staff we’d never met. We didn’t get sick leave or vacation and earned considerably less than colleagues with […]
The lock-in effect in WordPress is the dependency that certain themes and plugins add when using them. If you decide to change to a new one, your contents or parts of your design will disappear or break in an unrecoverable way. As with telephone services and the other examples I’ve given you before, some WordPress […]
New and Improved iOS Sharing Extensions New and Improved iOS Sharing Extensions — Read on en.blog.wordpress.com/2018/03/28/new-and-improved-ios-sharing-extensions/
In today’s episode we talk about getting your site prepared for the new Gutenberg Editor which comes with WordPress 5.0 in just a few weeks. — Read on yourwebsiteengineer.com/413-testing-all-things-gutenberg/ Gutenberg is coming. Have you tried writing with it? I think that from a purely writing perspective the G is a nicer experience than the classic […]