This week on the show we’ll have a few friends in the WordPress community stop by to discuss the changing WordPress ecosystem. Chris wrote a blog post recently that was linked from a few places we all frequent. The Changing WordPress Ecosystem – Chris Wiegman is a good read.
“The learning curve is now extremely high regardless of past [WordPress] experience.”
This quote resonated with us as a group over here at WPwatercooler. All of us have been using WordPress one way or another for over a decade, yet, WordPress is ever changing and so many new features, systems and entire ecosystem changes are taking place.
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The deeper I get with modern WP dev the more I understand why newer devs don’t like to work on it. This is not the same project as it was in the past. The learning curve is now extremely high regardless of past experience.
— Chris Wiegman (@ChrisWiegman) July 27, 2021
- Jason Tucker – jasontucker.blog
- Steve Zehngut – zeek.com
- Sé Reed – sereedmedia.com
- Jason Cosper – jasoncosper.com
- Chris Wiegman – chrisweigman.com
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