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The WP Tavern Jukebox is a podcast for the WordPress community. We interview people who are pushing change in how WordPress evolves. Plugins, Blocks, Themes, Community, Events, Accessibility and Diversity; we try to cover all the bases. Subscribe to be updated when we bring you new content.

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The WP Tavern Jukebox is a podcast for the WordPress community. We interview people who are pushing change in how WordPress evolves. Plugins, Blocks, Themes, Community, Events, Accessibility and Diversity; we try to cover all the bases. Subscribe to be updated when we bring you new content.

    Industry Night #6 – Talking Shop with John Overall

    Industry Night #6 – Talking Shop with John Overall

    In the show we talk about the ten plugins that John installs on every client site and why simplicity is often the most difficult concept for clients to grasp. So pull up a chair, grab a cold one and join me in my conversation with John Overall.

    WPWeekly Episode 316 – Stone Cold WordPress

    WPWeekly Episode 316 – Stone Cold WordPress

    While editing this episode, I noticed that my voice routinely goes from quiet to loud. I’m not sure why this … Continue reading WPWeekly Episode 316 – Stone Cold WordPress →

    Short Interview With Nikolay Bachiyski WordPress’ Security Czar

    Short Interview With Nikolay Bachiyski WordPress’ Security Czar

    While on stage at WordCamp Europe answering a question related to WordPress’ security track record, Matt Mullenweg named Nikolay Bachiyski … Continue reading Short Interview With Nikolay Bachiyski WordPress’ Security Czar →

    Behind the Scenes of WordPress 4.2.3 With Gary Pendergast

    Behind the Scenes of WordPress 4.2.3 With Gary Pendergast

    When WordPress 4.2.3 was released last week, not only did it patch a critical security vulnerability, but also adversely impacted … Continue reading Behind the Scenes of WordPress 4.2.3 With Gary Pendergast →

    How and When Mullenweg Learned Thesis Changed Back to a Proprietary License

    How and When Mullenweg Learned Thesis Changed Back to a Proprietary License

    We now know when Matt Mullenweg discovered Chris Pearson changed Thesis’ license from split GPL to a proprietary one. On … Continue reading How and When Mullenweg Learned Thesis Changed Back to a Proprietary License →

    Candid Conversation with Tom McFarlin About the WordPress Community

    Candid Conversation with Tom McFarlin About the WordPress Community

    Earlier this month, Tom McFarlin published a great post where he shares his perspective on the WordPress community. His post … Continue reading Candid Conversation with Tom McFarlin About the WordPress Community →

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
9 Ratings

9 Ratings

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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