Kicking off with the highly anticipated and groundbreaking WCEU 2020, the project’s most expansive virtual event so far, June was another exciting month for WordPress. Check it out and revisit some of our favorite WordPress-related blog posts written in June.
Leading up to what was to be the biggest online WordPress event so far, May turned to be a huge month for the open-source project and its community, with the CMS also celebrating its 17th birthday. Here’s an overview of some of the top WordPress blog posts written in May.
It’s been a long and - probably - very different month. We all have probably learned a lot and hopefully discovered some new opportunities; on one hand, a lot of companies have likely realized that they underestimated the power of digitalization, meanwhile on the other hand some companies identified where in the on-line process they could do even better.
We recently spoke with Jonathan Wold, Community Lead for WooCommerce at Automattic. Taking into account the current situation with COVID-19, we focused our discussion on how WordPress and other tech communities have been affected, and how event organizers and community members in general should act in such times of crisis.
Interview with Igor Funa, creator of WordPress Ad Inserter: Standing on the shoulders of giants with open source
We recently had the honor of hosting our first WordPress meetup; one of the speakers there was Igor Funa, creator of the popular Ad Inserter plugin with over 200,000 active installations. Give it a read if you'd like to learn about his work with WordPress and IT in general, and how it feels to make such a substantial contribution to one of the largest software communities.
With WordPress websites spanning over a third of the web, there’s a plethora of blog posts referencing the CMS in one way or another. We managed to comb through this sea of WordPress posts and compiled some of best ones written in January - have a look at our recap here.