Ask any one of our team members—one of the greatest things about working at WebDevStudios (WDS) is our agency’s sponsorship of Five for the Future (5FTF), which gives our staff the opportunity to give back to open-source technology and WordPress.
From working on talks, to blogging, to plugin development, to contributing to the WordPress core, our team is always finding ways to give back. If you’re interested in donating your time and talent to the 5FTF initiative, read this blog post titled, “More Ways to Contribute to Five for the Future in 2021,” from Support Technician, Christina Workman.
How would you like the chance to give back to WordPress regularly? You should consider joining the WDS team. We’re hiring! You can also keep up with our 5FTF contributions on Twitter by following our profile and the hashtag #5FTF. Tomorrow, May 28, 2021, we’re dedicating the entire workday to Five for the Future. Here’s how we gave back last month on April 30th.
Specials thanks to @webdevstudios for sponsoring todays #5ftf allowing us to get back to the community that gives so much to us.
— Scott Anderson (@thriftydev) April 30, 2021
It’s that time again! Going to work on integrating ActionScheduler into the @_smolblog plugin today for @webdevstudios #5FTF.
— Evan Hildreth (@oddevan) April 30, 2021
Its my fave day of the month! #5FTF @webdevstudios when we dedicate a day to contribute back to #FOSS. Today ill be working on our NextJS starter https://t.co/hDge8AD0hI and try to integrate Expo with it.
— Michael Joseph Panaga (@_micmico) April 30, 2021
I’m excited for my first #5FTF @webdevstudios today – I am helping out the Training team by creating a workshop & lesson plan on overcoming imposter syndrome 🙌 https://t.co/YZhvYUSL9W
— Lauren Pittenger (@laurenpittenger) April 30, 2021
Thankful to @webdevstudios for allowing me to write a blog post for @aBigOrangeHeart talking about Imposter Syndrome. #5FTF #WDS #maintainn
— Alex Juchniewicz (@atjuch) April 30, 2021
Got to spend part of my #5FTF day talking to the nice folks at @dliciousbrains about #5FTF – Five For The Future Inception! Thanks @lollieshopping @cristinaholt416 @jon_bossenger pic.twitter.com/FKVofdFoqd
— Justin Fœll (@justinfoell) April 30, 2021
Today for #5FTF at @webdevstudios, I’m continuing education and working on my Timeline app. So far, I’ve created this demo sharing what I’ve learned about how closure works and why it works. https://t.co/L3cwHYULlO#JS #Closure
— Mike England (@mikelikethebike) April 30, 2021
Today is #5FTF @webdevstudios. I’m pair programming with @salcode, while we have an awesome time with Jest testing. 🧪🥼✅
— Marty O’Connor (@martinjdolan) April 30, 2021
Late to #5FTF @webdevstudios but I’m pretty sure I’m ready now 😹 I’ll be working on a #Nextjs starter theme using https://t.co/z6PDOMllKL and see if I can get away with using block variations all the way. Wish me luck. pic.twitter.com/ToGQ94r9X2
— JC Palmes (@jpalmes) April 30, 2021
It’s #5ftf today @webdevstudios and I’m really excited to be jumping into the page layout design for my first Gutenberg-first WordPress theme!
— Jennifer Cooley (@Jhynnifer) April 30, 2021
Mi día favorito del mes, hoy es #5ftf en @webdevstudios, pude terminar de implementar i18n en el #jamstack , documentar, y estoy escribiendo un post para mi gente de habla hispana sobre el proceso. Gracias WDS 🙌.
Pronto el link al post. stay tuned!
— Alfredo Navas (@3LPU4S) April 30, 2021
Today I learned how to write a test for a React component that hits a remote API. Thanks @martinjdolan and @mikelikethebike for the help, & thanks @webdevstudios for this opportunity with #5FTF https://t.co/f6zV3KzR1h
— Sal Ferrarello (@salcode) April 30, 2021