Free Webinar: Understanding Today’s CSS with Algorithms, With Lara Schenck
Join Our Free, Live Webinar This Thursday: Why Gutenberg Doesn’t Kill Page Builders (Yet)
A key feature we plan to offer in the WPShout Pro Community (currently available for pre-order!) is biweekly live, technical Deep Dive webinars.
The WPShout Pro Community Is Here: The Developer Community You’ve Always Wanted
Take The Next Step In Your WordPress Career: Announcing the WPShout Pro Community
Does any of this sound familiar in your WordPress work?
Choosing the Right Hosting for You: Honest WordPress Hosting Recommendations
In WordPress hosting, there are definitely right choices—and wrong ones. This article is a quick-but-thorough guide on how to choose the right WordPress hosting for your project. Here’s how it’s structured:
The Secret to Learning WordPress Development Is People
We’ve been thinking a lot about how people learn WordPress, and what drives success in WordPress development learning.
WordPress Freelancing Can Be Lonely: Nine Strategies to Cope
People get into WordPress freelancing for lots of reasons. Some that come quickly to mind: for fun, for a career, to learn, to help out, or to make a little extra cash. All of these are great things. One common reality that doesn’t come up as much around WordPress freelancing: loneliness. It’s bound to come up, even though it’s an affliction that many people dare not speak of.
Everything You Need to Know to Speak at WordCamp
Just last weekend, I was one of the co-organizers of WordCamp Denver. (Not a lead, those people did more work. I just made a website and helped a bit with sponsors and recording videos.) It was my first time doing it, and to commemorate the occasion, I thought I’d share an invitation and recommendation that you speak at a WordCamp.
You Can Now Sign the WordPress Developer Honor Code
A couple of months back I wrote a really long (sorry!) and really impassioned article about:
The Menace of WordPress Theme Creep
One of the first topics I ever wrote about on WPShout, I kind of thought that the topic of “theme creep” had died long ago. But a few times in the last few months–once with someone I’m mentoring in WordPress development, once with someone who was asking how to buy themes–I felt a need to mention this idea. So I’m revising and updating the original essays.