Good Customer Support Also Means Sales In this episode of the Open Sourcery podcast, I’m chatting with Ines van Dijk. Ines has a wealth of open-source support experience, and her insights into the role of support are enlightening. Show notes To
In this episode of the Open Sourcery podcast, I'm chatting with Mika Epstein. Mika is a well-known contributor to the WordPress project, who recently shared her horrific experiences of harassment from a member of the open-source community she i
Show notes Apache SSI SourceForge A Perfect Storm The 2020 WordPress and PHP 8 compatibility report The Grumpy Programmer’s Guide To Testing PHP Applications Documentation of test tools PHPUnit Rolling schedule for WordPress upgrades Git Extens
Featured image credit – Faces of Open Source / Peter Adams Show notes: 10up Distributor ClassifAI Helen @ WordPress.org WordPress 5.6 release squad The source of the amazing egg bread recipe Helen on Twitter
For episode 19 I finally get to sit down with Corey Maass, following up from where we left off in part 1, but almost 2 months later. Show Notes: TechZing Live PodcastJim Carrey 10 million Remembering WhySlimFrameworkRedBeanPHPDerek SiversKanba
Today I am chatting with a man who has had a profound influence on my life, Tomaz Zaman, the founder and CTO of Codeable, the #1 outsourcing platform for WordPress. Show notes: Typo3CodeableYou are too cheap!All things Codeable.Codeable AMAToma
It’s episode 16 of the WP hacker cast and today I’m talking with Corey Maass. Corey is an experience web developer, app maker, plugin builder and musician. Over the course of his career he has built a host of plugins and apps under his Gelform
In the second Maker Cast chat, I own up to the fact that I need to move onto something new.
Craig and I discuss how to go about selling an existing business, some of the tools I can use to do so and how to plan the next steps of my new start up
It’s episode 14 of the WP Hacker Cast and today I’m taking to Daniel Bachhuber. Daniel is an experienced WordPress developer, having worked for companies like Automattic and Human Made. He is also a very prolific contributor to WordPress projec
The WP Hacker Cast returns after a month’s break with a new show format.
In order to try and mix things up a bit, I’m trying out a new show format, to alternate with the original interview format.
What I’m calling ‘The Maker Cast’ will be a ser
This week I’m talking to not one but two WordPress professionals. Travis and Andrew Lima are employees of Paid Memberships Pro, the most complete membership solution for your WordPress site.
This is my second attempt to interview Travis and And
This week I’m talking to a very special guest, Alain Schlesser. Alain the first European guest on the podcast and I’ve been itching to chat to him since I started this.
Since becoming a WordPress Consultant, Alain has made his mark on the WordP
This week’s podcast is a little late and a lot unedited. Unfortunately last week I was dealing with some things which affected my ability to properly review, edit and prepare the podcast. Rather than post it days late, I’ve posted it here in it
Hi there and welcome to episode 9 of the WP Hacker Cast. Today I’m joined by Simon Dowdles, a fellow WordPress developer who I have known for about a year now as we work together on Seriously Simple Podcasting and Castos. Simon has a wealth of
Happy New year and welcome to the first WP Hacker Cast of 2018. Hopefully you enjoyed Episode 7, even though it was just my rambling voice. Fear not though, as we are back to the regular format.
Before I introduce my next guest I’d like to take
This week is a much shorter podcast, as I review my resolutions for 2017 and look ahead for the new year.
I also talk about a subject quite close to my heart, that of customer service.
Sorry for the podcast length, but things will be back to no
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Welcome to episode 6 of the WP Hacker Cast. My guest today is Craig Hewitt. Craig is the founder of Podcast Motor, a Podcast Editing And Production service, the owner of the Serio
Today I am joined by another Automattician based in Cape Town, Gareth Allison. Gareth works for the WooCommerce team as a marketing/designer/strategist (that’s his official title) and has a history of front end development, starting with static
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