Each week we bring together people from the community to discuss WordPress and how it is changing our businesses and our lives. This is built as a light-hearted edutainment show where education is an accidental byproduct of the entertainment.
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In the wild, most WordPress professionals are solitary creatures, working away alone in their home offices. But what are they like in a pack? WPwatercooler is your chance to find out.
This is mainly for WordPress developers and designers. You’ll learn not just about building a strong business through better utilization of WordPress, but you’ll also get to see more into the technical side of things which many podcasts don’t typically cover.
WPwatercooler offers a light-hearted look at how the WordPress platform is being integrated into people’s everyday lives. With an upbeat, inspirational tone, this podcast focuses on the real-world applications of the online world of WordPress.
This week on WPwatercooler we went back in time and talked about ActionScript, Shockwave, Director, Server Side Includes and all the technologies that we learned leading up to WordPress.
On this episode Sé Reed, Jonathan Wold & Steve Zehngut discussed many pressing WordPress topics such as beverage selection with LaCroix and autonomy with working as a solopreneur and having things fall through the cracks.
Steve Zehngut, Mark Benzakein, Sé Reed and Jason Cosper discussed WordCamp Orange County 2019 its organizing crew and how well the event went.
This week on WPwatercooler we streamed live from WordCamp Orange County 2019. The majority of our regulars on WPwatercooler are local to Southern California and many of us attended WordCamp OC. The WordCamp organizers were gracious in giving us a timeslot just before their legendary Plugin-a-palooza event they do each year. As we most WPwatercooler episodes we didn’t have a topic planned and asked the audience what we should talk about. Here is the result!
This week on WPwatercooler we discuss WordCamps – how many there are in SoCal, what you can do to get more out of a WordCamp and what we’d like to see less from WordCamps if we choose.