This is no joke. On Monday, April 1, 2019, WebDevStudios (WDS) and our entire team will be dedicating the entire workday to Five for the Future (5FTF). We continue our passion for paying it forward, giving back, and playing active roles within the WordPress community.
As we’ve done in the past, we will share what types of WordPress tasks and projects we’re contributing to on that day via Twitter. Be sure to follow the hashtag #5ftf to keep up with us.
Take a look at what we accomplished during our last 5FTF day, March 1, 2019. It’s always a lively and productive time at WDS! Interested in joining us? Check out our Careers page for an opportunity that appeals to you.
— Greg Rickaby 💻 (@GregRickaby) March 1, 2019
Today is another #5ftf WebDevStudios! Today I’m working on a plugin for WordPress using the Discogs API. My focus is learning more OOP and an excuse to spin some records while I work.
— Chrispian H. Burks (@chrispian) March 1, 2019
— ᴊᴏᴅɪᴇ ʀɪᴄᴄᴇʟʟɪ (@Jodie_Riccelli) March 1, 2019
— Cristina Holt (@cristinaholt416) March 1, 2019
— Zach Owen (@znowebdev) March 1, 2019
— Corey M Collins (@coreymcollins) March 1, 2019
For #5ftf @webdevstudios I'm working on a #gatsby website called “Write UX” which provides UI writing tips to designers and developers. Here's a sneak peek!
(https://t.co/duLwN7rgJx coming soon 🤓) pic.twitter.com/JqNZEcPakN
— Cameron Campbell (@bezierer) March 1, 2019
WP-Strava 1.7.1: Created unit tests, fixed some bugs uncovered by said tests, added a "Hide Activity Time" option. Was able to close multiple support tickets 💪💪 https://t.co/W9zFaHG8Mq All care of @webdevstudios commitment to #5ftf 🚴🏃🏊
— Justin Fœll (@justinfoell) March 1, 2019