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In this week’s episode of WordPress Weekly, Marcus Couch and I discuss the news of the week including, Envato’s new item support policy, Twenty Sixteen available on GitHub, and BuddyPress 2.3.3. We also discuss Stream 3 which returns to hosting activity logs on the local server. We end the show (more…)

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In this episode of WordPress Weekly, I’m joined by Miriam Schwab, founder and CEO of Illuminea, a web development company based in Israel. She’s also on the Steering Board of Digital Eve Israel, one of the leading communities for professional women in Israel to help empower women economically. Schwab explains (more…)

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In this week’s episode of WordPress Weekly, Marcus Couch and I review WordPress 4.3. We discuss the Kim Parsell memorial scholarship and the events that led to its creation. We also discuss Nick Haskins’ rebrand of Lasso. Last but not least, we spread the news that Automattic is hiring. Stories (more…)

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On this week’s episode, Marcus Couch and I talk about the news of the week, including the release of WordPress 4.2.4 which patches six security vulnerabilities. I shared my experience attending Prestige last weekend while Marcus describes what it was like to watch the livestream. Marcus and I closed out (more…)

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In this special 200th episode of WordPress Weekly, I’m joined by Marcus Couch, Brad Williams, Ronald Huereca, and Ptah Dunbar. Brad, Ronald, and Ptah were among the first to support WordPress Weekly. They helped get the show off the ground and provided momentum. Seven years have passed since I started (more…)

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In this episode of WordPress Weekly, Marcus Couch and I preview WordPress 4.3. We discuss what WordPress.tv should do with old videos now that the site is six years old. There’s a conference this weekend devoted to the Genesis Framework and we let you know how you can watch it (more…)