In this podcast I had the chance to chat with Lindsey Miller about her work in politics, how she met Cory and played a role at iThemes, and what made her decide to work for a managed WordPress hosting company.
I may not be the Mr. Roger’s of the WordPress community, but I am inspired by his goal to learn about my own virtual neighborhood and the people in it.
In this podcast we talk to a wide variety of people in the WordPress space. From developers to designers, marketers to bloggers, and everything between. They all have something in common. WordPress.
And though we do talk a bit about what they are doing in the WordPress space, it’s not about their latest and greatest product, service or job, but more about them as a person. Who they are? What do they do beside WordPressing their lives away. You never know what direction it will take you, but I hope you tune in to learn more about some of best virtual neighbors that I know out there.
Chris Wiegman is no stranger to the WordPress community. Listen in as we talk about all his experience in higher ed, behind a computer and flying a plane.
In this podcast Carrie Dils and myself had fun chatting about our early years in freelancing. She also shared some thoughts on her recent experience at Social Media World.
Listen in as I chat with Topher and Cate about their work with WordPress and their experience working remotely together.
In this podcast I chat with Brian Richards, founder of WPSessions about creating developer education for the WordPress space.
Being the editor of an online WordPress news site can keep you busy. That is exactly what Emily Schiola does at WPEngine’s Torque Magazine. I invited her on for a neighborly chat about her job, her love for the written word and a few other fun topics.
Listen in as I invited my neighbors Tara and Liam to share their own story about their podcast Hallway Chats and how it focuses on amazing people in the WordPress community who you may not know.
Are you new to WordPress and unclear of what the community is? Should you get involved? Are you part of the community, but didn’t realize you are a part of a micro-community in WordPress? Get all these answered and more in this podcast with Andrea Middleton.
In this podcast I take the guest seat as Bud Kraus interviews me. And trust me. You will learn more about BobWP than you can ever imagine.
In today’s show I am talking with co-founder Jen Miller of Women Who WP. Their site has grown worldwide with women who blog, design, develop and market in the WordPress community.
In this episode both Isaac Irvine and myself talk about personal branding, what to be careful of, and how you can discover and be proud of your own personal brand.
It’s time to bring some of the people of WordPress into the fold of our site here. As a result, I am inviting them to the BobWP Neighborhood. Learn what you can expect from this new podcast.