12 episodes

This is WordPress Weekly hosted by Jeff Chandler and John James Jacoby. Your weekly source of news and discussions related to WordPress as well as any projects under the Automattic umbrella. Recorded live every Wednesday afternoon at 3:00PM Eastern.

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This is WordPress Weekly hosted by Jeff Chandler and John James Jacoby. Your weekly source of news and discussions related to WordPress as well as any projects under the Automattic umbrella. Recorded live every Wednesday afternoon at 3:00PM Eastern.

    WPWeekly Episode 362 – Fitness, Freelancing, and More With Michelle Schulp

    WPWeekly Episode 362 – Fitness, Freelancing, and More With Michelle Schulp

    In this episode, John James Jacoby and I are joined by Michelle Schulp, an independent freelancer and Director of Technology … Continue reading WPWeekly Episode 362 – Fitness, Freelancing, and More With Michelle Schulp →

    • 1 hr 6 min
    WPWeekly Episode 361 – Introduction to the IndieWeb With David Shanske

    WPWeekly Episode 361 – Introduction to the IndieWeb With David Shanske

    In this episode, John James Jacoby and I are joined by David Shanske. David introduces us to a set of … Continue reading WPWeekly Episode 361 – Introduction to the IndieWeb With David Shanske →

    • 1 hr 3 min
    WPWeekly Episode 360 – CBD and E-Commerce With Javier Cano

    WPWeekly Episode 360 – CBD and E-Commerce With Javier Cano

    In this episode, John James Jacoby and I are joined by Javier Cano, Director of Marketing for Liquid Web. We … Continue reading WPWeekly Episode 360 – CBD and E-Commerce With Javier Cano →

    • 1 hr
    WPWeekly Episode 359 – Diversity Speaker Training With Jill Binder

    WPWeekly Episode 359 – Diversity Speaker Training With Jill Binder

    In this episode, John James Jacoby and I are joined by Jill Binder, Founder, and Chief Consultant and Trainer at … Continue reading WPWeekly Episode 359 – Diversity Speaker Training With Jill Binder →

    • 1 hr 15 min
    WPWeekly Episode 358 – Interview with Dan Maby, Founder of WP&UP

    WPWeekly Episode 358 – Interview with Dan Maby, Founder of WP&UP

    In this episode, Malcolm Peralty and I are joined by Dan Maby, Founder of WP&UP. WP&UP is a non-profit charity … Continue reading WPWeekly Episode 358 – Interview with Dan Maby, Founder of WP&UP →

    • 1 hr 7 min
    WPWeekly Episode 357 – CBD E-Commerce, XML Sitemaps, and A Preview of WCEU 2019

    WPWeekly Episode 357 – CBD E-Commerce, XML Sitemaps, and A Preview of WCEU 2019

    In this episode, Malcom Peralty and I discuss what’s new in WordPress 5.2.2, XML Sitemaps possibly landing in core, and … Continue reading WPWeekly Episode 357 – CBD E-Commerce, XML Sitemaps, and A Preview of WCEU 2019 →

    • 42 min

Customer Reviews

Mr Paul Al ,

Aspiring WordPress Developer

I've always listened to music whilst working. In recent months I've swapped music for podcasts. Specifically, WordPress podcasts. I have to say guys WordPress Weekly is the one I find myself looking forward to most. I absolutely love listening and I've found I'm less distracted than I was whilst listening to music.

I'm UK based, so, unfortunately, I have to wait till late Wednesday for it to come out and usually listen early Thursday.

I do have one criticism though. Why do you only do one per week? I need 40 - 60 hours worth per week? It's just not good enough! ;-)

Great work chaps! Keep it coming please.

BuzzWebConsultancy ,

Great podcast for keeping up to date with the latest and greatest Wordpress developments

Hi Guys, I run a UK based small web consultancy business with Wordpress at it’s core -(buzzwebconsultancy.co.uk). Just discovered your podcast and wanted to say fantastic job, the podcast keeps me bang up to date with all the Wordpress news and views whilst out and about. Look forward to listening each week. 5 stars from me.

nburne ,

UK listener & WordPress business relies on this show!

Hey guys, just wanted to give the show a 5 star thumbs up. Based in the UK it is ‘awesome’ ; ) to listen to this (which I do regularly) and find out who some of the key influencers are in the WordPress community. The most interesting and fun parts is putting voices to names I sometimes connect with on Twitter. It’s super useful being not in the US, where so much more seems to happen. It’s inspired me to get more involved in the UK WP community. Thanks so much for all the input.
Cheers from blitely!
Nick @pootlepress
(@nickburne on Twitter)

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