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Watch the WP FeedBack Summit on WPwatercooler.com!

You know how much we at the “watercooler” love hallway tracks? Well, Jan Koch and Vito Peleg joined forces and built WP FeedBack Summit.

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Support Us On Patreon

Through my pursuit of supporting the show and innovation, I found a great tool. I’d love to help support my co-hosts, keep the lights on at home, and innovate the show.  Patreon seems to be a great way to do so.

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Launch of Dev Branch, WPwatercooler’s new Developer focused show – Press Release

After Seven years of beginner-focused live shows and podcasting, WPwatercooler launches new developer-focused show

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FRIDAYS AT 11 AM PACIFIC

Each week our host Jason Tucker and Friends discuss WordPress and how it changes our businesses and our lives. This is a lighthearted show, where education is an accidental byproduct of the entertainment

EP373 Why you should test your WordPress website in staging WPwatercooler
Does your webhost have a staging server? Have you ever run an update on your WordPress website and have it fail on you? Staging servers can save you in the event of an issue like this, we'll explain how to add one to your workflow. In this episode we're going to show you how using a staging server for updates to your WordPress website can be quite handy and save yourself some time and frustration. Watch the episode or share it with a friend if they would get something out of it.

EP373 – Why you should test your WordPress website in staging

FRIDAYS AT 9 AM PACIFIC

Jason Tucker, IT Director and WordPress Web Developer, and Bridget Willard, a self-proclaimed Twitter Nerd, love WordPress and its diverse community. No matter the topic, they have fun, educate, and build community.

EP174 Marketing with Accessibility Part II with Joe Simpson Jr
Accessibility and marketing go hand in hand. It may not seem that way at first, but how do you divorce the user's experience from your product's marketing?

EP174 – Marketing with Accessibility Part II with Joe Simpson Jr

FRIDAYS AT 9 AM PACIFIC

Each week we bring together web developers from the community to discuss WordPress, forked from WPwatercooler.

EP06 WordPress Freelance Dev Life Dev Branch yt
This week on the show we're discussing the life of a freelance WordPress Developer.

EP06 – WordPress Freelance Dev Life – Dev Branch

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