Sarah Gooding

WooThemes.com Domain Redirected as WooCommerce Takes Front Seat

When Adii Pienaar, Magnus Jepson, and Mark Forrester created WooThemes in 2008, they never envisioned a future where the lion’s share of the company’s revenue would be derived from e-commerce. After establishing WooThemes as a major player in the WordPress themes marketplace, the company’s founders launched WooCommerce with the goal (more…)

WordCamp Europe 2016 Livestream Recordings Now Available

If you missed out on attending WordCamp Europe 2016 in Vienna or were not able to attend all the sessions you wanted to see, check out the raw livestream feeds now available on the event’s website. Each day’s sessions are broken down into recordings for morning and afternoon, separated by (more…)

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WordCamp Europe 2016 had 500 attendees sign up for contributor day, which was held on Sunday at the University of Vienna. For the first time ever, the event hosted a plugin review workshop led by Mika Epstein where attendees learned about how the repository and review system works. Epstein announced (more…)

Highlights of Matt Mullenweg's Q&A at WordCamp Europe 2016

During the first day of WordCamp Europe, Brian Krogsgard interviewed Matt Mullenweg on stage before his Q&A session with the audience. Mullenweg opened up about his multi-decade vision for WordPress and spoke frankly about some of WordPress’ competitors that are spending hundreds of millions of dollars in advertising. Here are (more…)

WordCamp Europe 2017 Will Be in Paris, France, June 16-18

WordCamp Europe took place over the weekend in Vienna with nearly 1900 attendees on the ground and more than 1,000 tickets claimed for live streaming. The event received 150 micro-sponsorships and support from more companies than ever before. During the closing remarks, lead organizer Petya Raykovska announced that WordCamp Europe (more…)

Udacity Launches Free Web Accessibility Course Built by Google

Udacity, an online education site, has launched a free web accessibility course built by Google. The site previously provided university-style courses, but is now focusing on its “Nanodegree programs,” offering courses and tracks created in partnership with industry leaders. The new “Web Accessibility: Developing with Empathy” course lasts for approximately (more…)