WordPress Teacher and Community Outreach

  • FemTechConf


    Representation as a woman in tech matters greatly to me. On September 24, I shared about my career journey, and our journey through miscarriages. I’ve had many points where I felt like I was just barely surviving, and know our babies did not. That made being a functional adult in others areas, like work, impossible. […]

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  • Developing WordPress Developers

    Developing WordPress Developers

    WPwatercooler invited Hauwa and I to share about Learn.WordPress.org on DevBranch Episode 14.

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  • Kitchen Sink WP

    Kitchen Sink WP

    Podcast E390 – Interview with Courtney Robertson Adam Silver and I chat about how entrepreneurs and website builders can use Learn.WordPress.org when hiring freelancers. I’ve been a long-time listener of Kitchen Sink WP and always enjoy chatting with Adam. Take a listen.

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  • Teach WordPress by sharing what you know

    Teach WordPress by sharing what you know

    I’ve been thinking lately about the roadmap to learning WordPress and how I’d never say WordPress is easy. But should that stop us from learning, using, teaching WordPress? Not at all. Why teach WordPress? Remember what you learned Spare others from the same frustrations Give back (my friend Andrea has profound insights on this) Help […]

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  • Is WordPress easy?

    Is WordPress easy?

    You may have heard others say WordPress is easy, or using a no-code approach to building websites is easy. Some would even say it is easy to develop code for WordPress. But me? No, I wouldn’t present WordPress as easy. What we do know is that what feels easy for someone isn’t necessarily easy for […]

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  • WordPress Learning Curve

    WordPress Learning Curve

    There is a unique tension in the past few years within WordPress. While the block editor experience has improved the content creation and even website assembly side of this process, it can be said that the learning curve for developing with code for WordPress via plugins or themes has become more complex. This is especially […]

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