WordPress Weekly with Jeff Chandler and Marcus Couch
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WordPress Weekly #160 – Sam Hotchkiss, Founder of BruteProtect

In this weeks show, Jeff Chandler and I are joined by the founder of BruteProtect, Sam Hotchkiss. We learn the circumstances which lead to the birth of BruteProtect and how it operates. Hotchkiss explains the details of the acquisition with Automattic and how it will be rolled into Jetpack. While some people are not happy that it’s being added to …

WordPress Weekly with Jeff Chandler and Marcus Couch
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WordPress Weekly #159

In this episode of WordPress Weekly, Jeff Chandler and I are joined by Leland Fiegel. Fiegel is the founder of WPChat.com, a site he relaunched into a forum dedicated to WordPress discussions. Fiegel shares the history of the domain and how he acquired it. He also explains why he chose Discourse to power the forum rather than bbPress or phpBB.

WordPress Weekly with Jeff Chandler and Marcus Couch
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WordPress Weekly #158 Pippin Willamson Of Easy Digital Downloads

Pippin Williamson of Easy Digital Downloads joins Jeff Chandler and I to discuss a variety of topics. Williamson tells his story of how he got involved with WordPress. Later in the show, we discuss what it’s like to be a remote worker. Williamson tells us which tools he uses for project management and how important it is for him to …

WordPress Weekly with Jeff Chandler and Marcus Couch
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WordPress Weekly #157

The past 156 episodes of WordPress Weekly are filled with stories of people who are doing exciting things with WordPress. For this episode, we decided to try something a little different. Jeff Chandler handed the show over to me, and I interviewed Jeff. In the show, he describes how he became interested in computers and the events that lead me …

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WordPress Weekly #156 Crowdfunding Roundtable

In this episode of WordPress Weekly, Jeff Chandler and I are joined by three gentleman who have gone through the crowdfunding experience. Scott Kingsley Clark is a Senior Web Engineer at 10up. He’s also the lead developer of the Pods Framework and a number of other WordPress plugins. He used Kickstarter in September of 2011 and asked for $1,500. He …