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Women in WP is a bi-monthly podcast about women who blog, design, develop, and market in the WordPress community. We are excited to introduce you to women you may not have met before and learn how they’re using WordPress in their lives and businesses.

Women in WP | WordPress Podcast Amy Masson, Tracy Apps & Angela Bowman

    • Technology
    • 4.9, 10 Ratings

Women in WP is a bi-monthly podcast about women who blog, design, develop, and market in the WordPress community. We are excited to introduce you to women you may not have met before and learn how they’re using WordPress in their lives and businesses.

    034: Miriam Goldman Dancing Sensei

    034: Miriam Goldman Dancing Sensei

    Miriam is a WordPress Technical Lead for Kanopi Studios. She started playing around with WordPress for personal projects in 2009, and for professional projects two years later. Miriam speaks at various WordCamps across North America, and is also a mentor and instructor for Ottawa’s chapter of Canada Learning Code. She has been a member of the WordCamp Ottawa organizing team since 2017, and is lead organizer for 2020.

    • 48 min
    033: Women and Imposter Syndrome with Rosalyn Page

    033: Women and Imposter Syndrome with Rosalyn Page

    In episode 33 of Women in WP, we talk to Rosalyn Page about content writing authentic content, blogging, creating the work you want to do, and imposter syndrome that women are struggling with and how to get past it. About Rosalyn Page: Rosalyn Page is an award-winning journalist/editor specialising in digital lifestyle, consumer tech and […]

    • 46 min
    032: From Joomla to WordPress with Sheree Chambers

    032: From Joomla to WordPress with Sheree Chambers

    In episode 32 of Women in WP, we add the fabulous Allie Nimmons as guest host and head down under with Sheree Chambers to talk about her transition from building sites with Joomla to WordPress. About Sheree Chambers: Sheree Chambers has over 15 years’ experience in Marketing and Design and founded Brugel Creative in 2008. […]

    • 38 min
    031: Contributing & Community with Francesca Marano

    031: Contributing & Community with Francesca Marano

    In this episode of Women in WP, we talk to Francesca Marano about getting involved in the community, becoming a contributor, and about life in Italy during the coronavirus pandemic. About Francesca Marano: Francesca is the WordPress Community & Partnership Manager at SiteGround, the independent web hosting company. She is the current release co-lead for […]

    • 54 min
    030: Getting SASSy During COVID-19 with Tracy Rotton

    030: Getting SASSy During COVID-19 with Tracy Rotton

    In episode 30 of Women in WP, we talk to Tracy Rotton about being a freelancer during the time of COVID-19, including how working from home has changed, expectations moving forward, and more. About Tracy Rotton: Tracy Rotton (she/her) is Founder and Principal of Taupecat Studios, an independent WordPress development agency based near Washington, D.C. […]

    • 45 min
    029: WordPress and Comedy with Christie Witt

    029: WordPress and Comedy with Christie Witt

    In episode 29 of Women in WP, we talk to Christie Witt, a WordPress designer, developer, and part-time comedian! Note: This episode was recorded during the very early days of the coronavirus pandemic, prior to the rapid spread across the world. About Christie Witt: Christie Witt is the Creative Specialist at Eclipse Foundation. Christie develops […]

    • 42 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
10 Ratings

10 Ratings

yvejr ,

Pretty good variety

I enjoy hearing the stories and how the guests are using WordPress. Having a podcast about women in WP is a good way to spotlight a lot of us. I’d definitely like to hear from more younger women to balance out the veterans, as well as some theme or plug-in developers since so far we have heard from a lot of business, design, and blogging.

Mo mo jo9 ,

Well done!

If you know WP, this is for you. Nice to hear from some women in the field too.

jgamet ,

Great hosts, interesting interviews

The show hosts all clearly know their WordPress stuff, and they have a great chemistry. Getting to learn how their guests got into the WordPress scene is really interesting. It’s also great how the show isn’t just another “Here’s the latest update and plug-in roundup.” I’m looking forward to more episodes!

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