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WordPress podcast with Remkus de Vries. Remkus is a WordPress Performance Specialist with more than 18 years of experience and a WordCamp Organizer of 15 years.

Remkus covers various topics within the WordPress Project and has many insiders on the podcast.

Within WordPress Remkus de Vries

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WordPress podcast with Remkus de Vries. Remkus is a WordPress Performance Specialist with more than 18 years of experience and a WordCamp Organizer of 15 years.

Remkus covers various topics within the WordPress Project and has many insiders on the podcast.

    From Failed Blogs to Head of Content. This is Emma Young's Journey

    From Failed Blogs to Head of Content. This is Emma Young's Journey

    Join us on the Within WordPress podcast as we talk with Emma Young, Head of Content at Hostinger. Emma shares her fascinating journey from personal blogs to leading a content team, her upbringing in a tech-savvy family, and insights into the WordPress community.

    We explore her experiences at various WordCamps, organizing WordCamp Europe, the importance of open source, and the excitement around new WordPress features.

    Get ready for an engaging discussion filled with humor, tech insights, and Emma's unique adventures!

    • 48 min.
    Inside WordPress Security: Conversations with security veteran Tom Raef

    Inside WordPress Security: Conversations with security veteran Tom Raef

    This comprehensive conversation delves into the world of WordPress security through the lens of Tom Raef, a seasoned security expert with a history dating back to the inception of personal computing. The podcast covers Tom's journey into website security, emphasizing his manual approach to cleaning infected websites and the evolution towards automation to enhance efficiency.

    The discussion pivots to the most common hacking methods, including the surprising predominance of stolen session cookies over more traditional vulnerabilities like outdated plugins.

    Tom provides a deep dive into how hackers leverage session cookies to bypass security measures like 2FA, offering insights into the mechanics behind these attacks and strategies for prevention. Additionally, the conversation explores the broader landscape of web security, touching on various attack vectors and the importance of comprehensive, layered security strategies to protect against the increasingly sophisticated techniques employed by hackers.

    This episode is a treasure trove of knowledge for anyone interested in the nuances of web and WordPress security, packed with expert insights and practical advice for safeguarding websites.

    • 52 min.
    Talking GatherPress, Interaction.site, and WordCamps with Patricia Brun Torre

    Talking GatherPress, Interaction.site, and WordCamps with Patricia Brun Torre

    In this podcast episode I sit down with Patricia Brun Torre from Switzerland. We talk about her WordCamps, I mean, how could we not, but we discuss GatherPress thoroughly as well. GatherPress is a plugin aiming to offer an alternative to Meetup.com for organizing WordPress events.
    Patricia also discusses the vitality of the WordPress community, her personal journey from leaving her job to contribute to WordPress, and her latest project, Interaction.site, designed to assist individuals in managing their online presence.
    Additionally, the conversation covers the importance of non-developer contributions to open-source projects, touching on sustainability within the WordPress community and the broader potential of integrating WordPress with various online platforms and services.

    • 1 u. 1 min.
    On Data Privacy, WordPress Community, Organizing WordCamps, and Challenges in WordPress with Roger Williams

    On Data Privacy, WordPress Community, Organizing WordCamps, and Challenges in WordPress with Roger Williams

    In this podcast episode of Within WordPress, Roger Williams shares his journey through the realm of web development, beginning with his early interest in building websites without coding, to his experiences with various content management systems, ultimately leading to his engagement with WordPress.
    Roger's career trajectory takes him from GoDaddy to freelance website and SEO services, to his latest role at Kinsta, where he focuses on evangelizing Kinsta's managed hosting solutions to the WordPress community.
    We talk about the challenges and evolution of the WordPress block editor, the vibrant community and volunteer spirit of WordCamps. Roger emphasizes the importance of data ownership and privacy in the digitized age, reflecting on his professional and personal insights into the WordPress ecosystem and the broader digital landscape.

    • 57 min.
    Exploring the Evolution of WordPress Hosting with BigScoots CEO Scott Stapley

    Exploring the Evolution of WordPress Hosting with BigScoots CEO Scott Stapley

    In this episode of 'Within WordPress', I interview Scott Stapley, the co-founder and CEO of BigScoots, a company specializing in WordPress site hosting. Scott shares his 14-year journey in the industry, emphasizing BigScoots' unique approach stemming from its origins in infrastructure management and offering hands-on, high-level service.

    The discussion covers the company's evolution, the importance of community and customer service, and the technological advancements that distinguish BigScoots in the WordPress hosting space. We delve into the change in WordPress over the years, the shift towards managed hosting, and the implications for users and businesses alike.

    Scott also touches on his personal transition from aspiring to medical school to becoming an entrepreneur in the tech industry.

    • 57 min.
    Elevating WordPress Education: Insights from Jonathan Bossenger

    Elevating WordPress Education: Insights from Jonathan Bossenger

    In this episode of Within WordPress, I talk to Jonathan Bossenger, a developer educator from Cape Town, South Africa, currently employed by Automatic and contributing to the WordPress training team.
    Jonathan shares his journey from a software developer to an educator, emphasizing his passion for open source and teaching others how to create software. He delves into the evolution and mission of the WordPress training team, especially during the pandemic when the demand for online workshops and learning resources surged.
    The conversation highlights the future directions for learn.wordpress.org, focusing on developing structured learning pathways tailored for designers, developers, and beginners in 2024. Jonathan discusses creating content that not only educates but addresses real-world application and needs, aiming for an outcome-based learning approach.
    The episode also touches upon the integration of WordPress TV and YouTube, enhancing accessibility and engagement in learning WordPress. Lastly, Jonathan candidly discusses his personal motivation and joy in teaching, helping others succeed, and contributing to the broader WordPress community’s growth and success.

    • 55 min.

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