On this episode of WPwatercooler, we will be discussing all of the new features in the upcoming WordPress 4.0 release.
Staring: Syed Balkhi, Suzette Franck, James Laws, Chris Lema, Se Reed, George Stephanis, Ryan Sullivan, Jason Tucker, and Steve Zehngut.
This week, Suzette Franck of (mt) Media Temple and Natalie MacLees of Purple Pen Productions talked with David Bisset, of Dimension Media about WP Arm Chair and Miami WordCamp.
Aired at 11:00 PDT on Thursday, July 10th.
Next show is Thursday, July 17th 11:00 PDT and will feature Ben Lobaugh.
Also, please follow Media Temple’s YouTube Channel for all the hangouts and to participate in asking questions.
David Bisset is a WordPress developer specializing in BuddyPress themes and plugins. David has helped organize WordCamp Miami for the last 5 years. David is a father of 3 and a wife that somehow manages to convince herself every day to put up with him.
On this episode of WPwatercooler we will be continuing our discussion on selling WordPress themes as a business and focusing on if you should sell your theme in a marketplace or on your own site. We’ll be discussing the various options for each method.
Staring: Syed Balkhi, Suzette Franck, Rebecca Gill, Chris Lema, Tom McFarlin, Mike McAlister, Adam Pickering, Jason Tucker, Steve Zehngut
http://youtu.be/0YmplE3z6Jw This week, Suzette Franck of (mt) Media Temple and Natalie MacLees of Purple Pen Productions will be talking with Andy Christian, of AndyWasHere.com about speaking and teaching at WordCamps.
Aired at 11:00 PDT on Thursday, June 26th.
Also, please follow Media Temple’s YouTube Channel for all the hangouts and to participate in asking questions. Andy is a freelance WordPress support specialist at the New York City-based Tadpole Collective and CyberChimps. He’s attended, volunteered, or spoken at more than 15 WordCamps around the US, and is a volunteer at the WordPress NYC Meetup Group, and member of the WordPress Community Contributor Group.