Member Spotlight: Talisha Lewallen

Talisha Lewallen is the CEO and Founder of WPConnects, and the Founder and President of CertifyWP Foundation. Through her time in WordPress she has found a passion for education and training inside the WordPress Community. WPConnects is a company that assists transitioning U.S. Military personnel to find their next careers in WordPress. CertifyWP Foundation is… Continue reading Member Spotlight: Talisha Lewallen

Member Spotlight: Alex Stine

From Alex: Building my first self-hosted WordPress blog is what introduced me to the world of tech and eventually my first few jobs with Incsub. At Incsub, I started out in Tech Support for the first year helping clients fix their websites. Next, I transitioned in to Front-End and Accessibility Web Development. Here I picked… Continue reading Member Spotlight: Alex Stine

Member Spotlight: Seth Goldstein

Seth has been in the digital marketing and WordPress space for more that 15 years. He helps companies of all sizes get found online through various digital marketing techniques including Web design/development, SEO, SEM, Digital Strategy, email marketing, and podcast production. What do you enjoy most about working in WordPress? The community, hands down. There… Continue reading Member Spotlight: Seth Goldstein

Member Spotlight: Mark-Andrew Nordstrom

Skateboarding across the world and through life. I build WordPress websites at no charge. Open source everything. Life should not be transactional. What do you enjoy most about working in WordPress? Sharing the freedoms that WordPress and open source can unlock in people’s lives. What do you love most about your Post Status membership? The… Continue reading Member Spotlight: Mark-Andrew Nordstrom

Member Spotlight: Jack McConnell

I’m a one-man WordPress web design and development agency. I’ve had the opportunity to work with some amazing clients, including Peter Gabriel, Disney, Real World Records, and Future Publishing. I also actively develop two WordPress plugins: Better Notifications for WP, and Content Notify. I co-host a bi-monthly WordPress-centric podcast called Pressing Matters (although this is… Continue reading Member Spotlight: Jack McConnell

Member Spotlight: Jamie Madden

Jamie is the founder and lead developer of WC Vendors Marketplace, the first free multivendor marketplace plugin for WordPress and WooCommerce, launched back in 2014. He has been a developer and systems administrator for nearly 25 years. Jamie started working with WordPress back in the b2Evolution days when he learned of the WordPress project. He… Continue reading Member Spotlight: Jamie Madden

Member Spotlight: Nathan Ingram

Nathan is the creator of MonsterContracts, battle-tested contracts for WordPress client work. As the founder of >ADVANCE Coaching, Nathan is a Growth Coach for WordPress Business owners, helping them become more successful in their businesses. You may also have heard Nathan as the Host at iThemes Training where he teaches WordPress and business development topics… Continue reading Member Spotlight: Nathan Ingram

WordPress is People (Weekly Community Update)

Yes, of course WordPress is software. It’s code. It’s several different programming languages. It’s blocks. It’s the editor. Yes, it’s all of the technology.  But it’s people. It’s created by people. It’s used by people. It relies on people to move it forward, to modify it, to moderate it, and to build community around it.… Continue reading WordPress is People (Weekly Community Update)

WordPress Community Roundup

A New Home for the WordPress Community? It sounds like a tall order, but there it is: over at Ollie, Mike McAlister has proposed “a thought experiment and design concept” called OpenPress: What would it look like to start connecting millions of websites, users, and content that power half of the web in a more… Continue reading WordPress Community Roundup

The Sky is Falling! Nope, Just a Little Blue Bird

Where (and how) do we connect? Twitter is fast becoming a dumpster fire. Every time I look at my account, the settings, access, and options change. Sometimes overnight. Sometimes seemingly every fifteen minutes. There is a lot that happens on Twitter in the WordPress community. So it begs the question, where will you go if… Continue reading The Sky is Falling! Nope, Just a Little Blue Bird