Fake it Like a Project Manager, for Designers and Developers

Yesterday it was an heavy day at work, following a day long seminar on GDPR by my employer. I needed something fresh and inspiring to lighten my mood, so I went to WordPress.tv – strong of the energies of the latest WordCamp in Bari ten days ago – and enjoyed this talk from Sara Rosso.

I do hope you’ll enjoy it too…


How to give feedback

I was wandering over SpeakerDeck, trying to see how it behaves in comparison with SlideShare and I found this little gem.
Charles-Axel Dein explains how to properly give feedback to developers / someone who offers you a service and how to ‘gain more’ from this interaction… avoiding offense, conflicts and unhappiness.

Notes From An Emergency

And please regulate, regulate, regulate this industry, while you can.
Maciej Cegłowski

Nicola D’Agostino linked to me to the text version of Maciej Ceglowski talk given on May 10, 2017, at the re:publica conference in Berlin.

Worth every second the time you’ll need to read this … especially if, like me, you live in Europe, and then share it everywhere you can!

Matt on Joomla

Matt’s appearance at the Joomla World Conference has inspired WordCamp Miami organizers to invite Joomla users and developers to come to their event next year to share experiences.

As someone who came from Drupal to WordPress, I love to see this kind of connection across open source projects. Exploring ideas and philosophy with other developers who have a different history can be a valuable experience. This is especially true with open source projects as similar as WordPress and Joomla. We’re not in competition with one another. Matt’s keynote address at the Joomla World Conference is a reminder that we’re all working together to make the web a better place.

Sarah GoodingWordPress Co-Founder Matt Mullenweg Keynotes Joomla World Conference