Hugh Lashbrooke has shared his reflections on community building when things get back to normal. Hugh observed that due to COVID, we no longer have to be somewhere physically to learn something new. On the other hand, offline meetings are still valuable for building relations. All that will probably lead to building hybrid communities.
The previous week we mentioned Kinsta launching a tool for detecting any existing problems or why our website is slow to respond. Now they published a few real-world examples on how to use APM with WooCommerce.
Namecheap boldly theorizes that WP will soon power 50% of all websites. Their main reasons are the drive to own the data (and not to hand it over to social media platforms) and e-commerce (namely Woo).
I have always said that programming and cooking have much in common. Denis, it seems, assumes the same (though he’s more of a baker). So it all comes down to reading the recipe (documentation), following it step by step, improvising and experimenting when things go awry.