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EP112 – Should WordPress go corporate?
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This week’s topic is, should WordPress go corporate?

Show airs Nov 17 at 11am PDT / 2pm EDT / 7PM UTC

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Chris Lema hit’s it on the head at 8:45. Very good input about conferences here and size of teams and project work. Many people who are a smaller business/design agency may not have budgets to attend such conferences so there is definitely already I believe a corporate side to WordPress in regards to education and I think that’s fine.

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