A lot of founders constantly struggle with WooCommerce and WordPress product growth. Jonathan’s loop gives a new perspective on a growth strategy.
Marius Vetrici has built a process to bring in new employees that are drawn to fit his companies values, and to grow with them as a team member.
Any developer can decide to set themselves apart through better client communication and stronger soft skills.
In a podcast from last year some thoughts on how to get started with WooCommerce translation and some of the challenges behind it.
Catch the eye of someone because your plugin is compelling, an elegant solution and winning the hearts of customers with your reviews.
Dan Walmsley from Automattic shares when contemplating how to shape a feature, there’s at least three major considerations
A story, to be effective, has to have certain components to help people understand that story and to reach and to be moved by that story.
The hurdle is getting past looking at code and saying, “Oh, this is code. I can’t understand it.” You’re not looking at zeros and ones, you’re looking at words you can understand.
In yet another disturbing turn of events, Nathan’s head shows up at WordCamp US, sending various emotions through all attendees who spotted him.
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