We may be nearer to the end of summer, but the growth of the website design and development industry remains hot. Our virtual offices and conference rooms are busy with the planning, strategizing, and management of client projects.
Still, WebDevStudios (WDS) continues to make time for any activities that allow us to get involved with the tech and WordPress communities, especially if that means attending events or being on podcasts. We love those!
So, take a look at the latest news coming from our website agency. And, if you happen to run into us at any event, don’t hesitate to say hi. We’ll even take a selfie with you.
Now that in-person events are happening again, WDS is happy to sign up to speak, volunteer, organize, and attend them. Here are the upcoming events where you will find one or two of our teammates.
WordCamp Kathmandu, September 3-4, 2022
You read that right. WordPress Katmandu is happening this weekend!
WDS Backend Developer, Lax Mariappan, is a speaker. His talk, “Accelerate Your Migration Process with WP CLI,” covers the migration process and how WP CLI plays a helpful role.
WordCamp US, September 9-11, 2022
A week after WordCamp Kathmandu, WordCamp US (WCUS) happens in San Diego, CA. This is the first in-person WCUS since 2019. As such, tickets sold out quickly. While the quick sellout may be partially due to the limited quantity, as a cautious response to the ongoing pandemic, it remains one hot ticket.
No one from WDS is speaking at this WordCamp, be we do have two folks volunteering (Laura Byrne, Account Manager and Autry Reeves, Delivery Manager) and three attending (Brad Williams, CEO; Justin Foell, Engineering Manager; and Laura Coronado, Marketing Strategist).
Totally Unoriginal Random Show
There’s this totally random podcast where two internet entrepreneurs meet at totally random moments throughout the year. One of them is named Matt Medeiros. The other is Brad. Together, in this episode, they talk about a whole lot of WordPress. Click the play button to listen.
WP Owls Mention
One of our favorite WordPress newsletters is WP Owls. That’s because it’s always chockful of the latest information and WordPress-related articles. Also, and we’re being biased here, they consistently feature blog posts from WDS.
WP Owls did exactly that last week when they included Lax’s blog post “How to Migrate Subsite Content to a Multisite Network” in the 99th edition of their newsletter. Thanks, WP Owls!
WDS Is Hiring!
We love to mention it—WebDevStudios is hiring. Currently, we have open positions for engineers and a UX designer. Please visit our Careers page to learn more and apply online.