This week’s episode of WordPress Weekly features Rebbeca Gill, Jennifer Bourn, and Carrie Dils to casually discuss women in WordPress, women in tech, and a variety of other topics.
The guests share their personal experiences of being involved in the WordPress community. We discuss how important it is to act responsibly, especially during WordCamp after parties which are business related events. Near the end of the discussion, the guests share tips and advice on how women can get more involved and meet influential members of the WordPress community.
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It makes me really happy to know that the WordPress community is less tolerant of sexism or shady practices than other corners of the web industry. These community values are a large part of what makes me proud to be be a part of the WordPress ecosystem.
I missed the live Hangout, but caught the reply on YouTube. There’s a lot to learn from Carrie, Jennifer and Rebecca. I would love to see future episodes of WordPress Weekly featuring these three WordPress leaders and other women who have achieved using WordPress as well.