Meanwhile, Matt Mullenweg started podcasting about ‘the future of work’, aka remote work. The first episode is a conversation with Upwork’s CEO, Stephanie Kasriel, about their internal distributed culture and how flexible schedules will influence companies.
The first big WordCamp of the year is coming in less than one month but, meanwhile, you can buy tickets to WordCamp US 2019. One ticket costs $50 and gives you full access to the event, plus other surprises and a lot of fun. Here’s the timeline to help you organize your year in advance.
Sometimes, an innocent mistake can lead to a disaster. Here’s how the guys at WPZoom erased their company from the Google search index because of a link put in the wrong place. They solved the problem eventually.
Marcel Bootsman (a fitting name, right?) started another trekking campaign from Berkel en Rodenrijs to Berlin. The purpose is to raise money for DonateWC, which is helping financially unstable people attend a big WordCamp. Check Marcel’s route and join the challenge if you meet him.
Usually, only developers spend time on Git. But sometimes, we, the non-devs, need to interact with the platform too. At first sight, it might look complicated but you can get familiar with it pretty quickly. Here’s a guide to learn what Git is and how to navigate it.