Brad Williams who is the author of the book, Professional WordPress talked about initial sales and the type of feedback he’s received thus far. We also discussed what is going on with the WebDevStudios Crew including information regarding their iPhone application called IPFreely which is a location based application that plots where you pee. Don’t ask me, that’s just what the application does.
By Jeffro on May 26, 2010
By Jeffro on February 24, 2010
This was like having two episodes in one. During the first 20 minutes of the show, Hal Stern and Brad Williams gave me the 411 on their upcoming WordPress book, Professional WordPress. This book was written to take people directly into the core code of WordPress to figure out how it works and to explain how the internals of WordPress such as filters, hooks, and functions come together. The second part of the show featured an interview with Brad Williams of WebDevStudios.com where we discussed his consulting business built around an open source project. We also talked about some of the key differences in Joomla and Drupal compared to WordPress. Last but not least, we talked about their recently released plugin, CollabPress which may be one of the first plugins to really bring functioning task management into WordPress.
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By Jeffro on April 28, 2009
WebDevStudios headed up by Brad Williams and current sponsor of WordPress Weekly has recently announced that they now have WordPress specific support packages. The packages enable site owners to practically hire a team of people who are accessible 24 hours a day, seven days a week to maintain your site covering aspects from upgrading the core installation to upgrading and installing plugins.
By the way, check out the great work the company did with the redesign/relaunch Corneliamarie.com which is home to one of the fishing vessels featured in the Discovery Channels series Deadliest Catch. A great rework of the WooThemes Papercut theme.
By Jeffro on February 28, 2009
Brad Williams over at the WebDevStudios.com blog has published a list of 10 WordPress plugins you may have never heard of. Out of this list, I can say that I’m only familiar with two of the plugins. Featured Content Gallery and Exclude pages. Exclude pages has become one of those plugins that I bundle with every new install of WordPress instead of modifying the wp_list_categories tag.
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