A couple of weeks ago, I had the opportunity to chat with Matt Medeiros [once again] about various topics related to WordPress.
I’ve had the pleasure of knowing Matt for several years now, got a chance to hang with him at WordCamp US 2016, and continue to chat with him (when he’s not #medeirosing) both on podcasts and via other channels.
Yup – it’s one of those cases where you meet someone on Twitter, and they become friends. That does happen, you know.
But I digress.
Instead, how about some more fun (or at least more interesting) things?
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For those of you who aren’t familiar, the How I Built It podcast is a show that Joe Casabona publishes each week. In short, the show features Joe chatting with various people who are building things using WordPress, how they went about it, and other tangential topics.
I think it’s a neat idea for the show.
Coincidentally, I had a chance to finally meet Joe in person last year after (at the Post Status Publish conference) years of conversing online. If you’ve heard him on the podcast, he’s just as friendly in person. And if you’re not following him on Twitter, I recommend it.
That said, I had the chance to be featured on a recent episode of How I Built It in which I talk about one of my plugins (that’s horribly named) and some other related topics.
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Last week, I had the pleasure of talking with John Locke and Jonathan Denwood on WP-Tonic to talk about a variety of things regarding the WordPress economy, self-employment, development strategies, observations around the software, along with a variety of other topics.
Before covering what it is that we covered, I do recommend checking out their library of podcasts.
They’ve talked to people who I think are worth a follow and who are far smarter, accomplished, and have unique insight on a variety of topics in the WordPress space.
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WordCamp Atlanta 2017 is this weekend, and if you’re attending, then I hope to see you there. I’ll be speaking about Namespaces and Autoloading in WordPress.
For those who are coming, I’ll be speaking on Saturday at 10 am.
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Last year, I had the opportunity to attend WordCamp San Diego, WordCamp Atlanta, WordCamp US, and several local meetup groups and enjoyed my time at all of them. This year, I’m trying to spend less time attending conferences and speaking for a number of reasons (all of which really have to do with wanting to focus on work-related stuff).
Since I live just outside the city, though, I’ll be at WordCamp Atlanta 2017. Further, I’m looking forward to speaking on the developer track.
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