Recently, Lisa Sabin-Wilson did an interview with CodePoet — highlighting her experience with WordPress for the past 10 years. Answering questions ranging from “How did you first get involved with WordPress, and what was it that drew you in?” to “What are you most proud of having worked on in your WordPress career to date?”
Without a doubt, Lisa has plenty to be proud of. From her many published books, to her client base; Lisa has made her mark in the WordPress community.
Some of our favorite quotes from this interview are —
“I am very grateful to be part of a community that has never made me feel “less than.” I’ve only ever experienced open minds, willingness to teach and to learn and acceptance from both males, and females, alike in my 10 years.” — When asked her opinion on being a woman developer in a mostly male community.
“I tried WordPress in 2003 and fell in love with the simplicity of it.” — When asked what first got her into WordPress 10 years ago.
“I strongly believe that education is a critical piece of client services. It will always depend on the specific project you’re working on, but I don’t think a designer/developer, involved in client services, can get away from educating their clients in one aspect or another when it comes to WordPress.” — When asked on education of clients.
To check out her entire interview, visit: http://build.codepoet.com/2013/02/21/lisa-sabin-wilson-interview/