In this episode, I talk a little bit about what's been going on regarding my current work in the WordPress economy, a heads up on WordSesh, and I answer the following question:
I noticed that you and some other WordPress developers tweet about code review of each other code. I'm interesting are you working as freelancers on the same project or different one? Are you asking each other to check your code or it's a requirement from the client? Who is paying for code review?
Oh! And for those of you who are fans of rock and roll, I talk about a trip I took a couple of weeks ago to Tupelo, Mississippi and Memphis, Tennessee if for no other reason than just the fun of it. I hope that's alright with you. 🎸 😎
We're up to three episodes - a trilogy, if you will of the show. In this episode, I adjust the format again to focus more on questions and less on personal rants.
I answer the following:
What do you recommend in terms of design patterns when writing WordPress plugins?
What does your music playlist look like a typically productive day?
And I end the episode with a short discussion on Do Not Disturb and Screen Time and how I use these features, in iOS, to further improve time management.
In this episode, I talk a bit about time management (and why there are things about it others don't talk about as much). I chat about what I'm currently reading, listening to, and I answer the following the question:
What factors do you take into consideration when deciding between PHP various frameworks such as Laravel, WordPress, Symfony, etc.?
In my answer, I share why I dislike the word "framework" and why I think we should be more precise in our terminology.
In this episode, I talk about what the show is going to be about and I answer the following question:
How can WordPress developers focus on deep work, and avoid the noise which occasionally surrounds the community?