The First Ever Podscamp

Running a conference is usually an expensive endeavor. Scott Kingsley Clark is finding out personally as he continues to work towards putting on the first ever PodsCamp, a conference devoted to the Pods Framework. Tom McFarlin hopes to ease budget concerns and has started a Crowd Tilt campaign for PodsCamp. (more…)

Sprout Apps Launches Free WordPress Invoicing Plugin

Last month, Sprout Apps announced that it would soon be launching a suite of business apps targeted at WordPress freelancers and small businesses. While the company is still in pre-launch operations, Sprout Invoices was just released on WordPress.org as part of the launch plan. Dan Cameron, the founder of Sprout (more…)

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When we wrote about tickets going on sale for the first ever PodsCamp, some folks commented that $50 was too much for a one day event, especially when compared to a WordCamp. I agree with Sarah Pressler who said, “WordCampers are spoiled by the $20-40 fees associated with WordCamps.” To (more…)

Saga: A Free WordPress Theme for Writers from Theme Hybrid

When Theme Hybrid launched its Stargazer theme, the idea of a design-specific parent theme that would provide limitations landed in stark contrast to the super generic, all-encompassing themes that permeate the market. You’ve probably seen themes marketed as “the last WordPress theme you’ll ever need.” They kinds of themes purport (more…)

The First Ever Podscamp

Tickets are now on sale for the first ever PodsCamp. It’s being held in Dallas, TX on October 3rd, 2014, a day before WordCamp DFW (Dallas/Fort Worth) with a ticket price of $50 each. Each ticket grants you access to the event, BBQ for lunch, and direct access to the (more…)

ProWordPress Subreddit Passes 1,000 Subscribers

Earlier this year we featured the /r/ProWordPress subreddit on a post exploring various WordPress watering holes. If you’re not familiar with subreddits, they are essentially focused topics where where registered users can vote article submissions “up” or “down.” Subscribing to a subreddit allows you to hone in on specific topics (more…)