WordPress Weekly

On this weeks edition of WordPress Weekly, Swiftype will be our special guest. I reviewed their plugin/service back in May. We plan on talking about why the search in WordPress is not as good as it should be, what makes search hard, the performance impacts of search and of course, (more…)

Since the creation of WordPress Weekly back in 2008, I’ve used Talkshoe.com to record the show in front of a live audience. Over the years, a number of people have subscribed to the iTunes feed provided by Talkshoe. Starting this week, I will no longer be using the Talkshoe iTunes (more…)

Ryan Sullivan and Rami Abraham of WPSitecare will be my special guests this week on WordPress Weekly. WP Site Care is a WordPress Support & Maintenance Company. The first time I discovered a company like WP Site Care was in 2009 which was around the time WP HelpCenter was created. (more…)

In this episode, we covered the headlines of the week, most notable is the open letter published to the NextGen Gallery community. Most of the show was dedicated to an interview with Dusty Davidson of Flywheel.com, a WordPress hosting company catering to designers, freelancers, and creative agencies. What does that (more…)

It’s been a long time since I published any episodes of WordPress Weekly and it’s not without good reason. I am still in the middle of transitioning from one dwelling to another and this is the primary reason why I haven’t been able to produce an episode. During the past (more…)

In this episode, I give you the latest headlines of the week and end the show with a 40 minute conversation I had with Kevinjohn Gallagher who is a bbPress and WordPress end user to get his perspective on both platforms. Stories Discussed: WordPress Beta 2 Released Chip Bennett Hits (more…)

In this episode of WordPress Weekly, I had a roundtable discussion with longtime WordPress community member Eric Mann on a number of topics mentioned in previous episodes. The end of the show featured an interview with Taryn and Martin who are organizers of WordUp Edinburgh to talk about not only (more…)

This episode was pre-recorded due to some scheduling conflicts at work. They should be fixed by next Friday so I can do the live show again. This episode features a trio of interviews. The first is with Andrew Nacin, one of the core developers for WordPress who gives us an (more…)