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WPTavern: WPWeekly Episode 330 – WPShout, Community, and Burnout

WPTavern: WPWeekly Episode 330 – WPShout, Community, and Burnout

In this episode, John James Jacoby and I are joined by Fred Meyer, David Hayes, and Alex Denning of WPShout to learn about WPShout’s Pro Community. This community aims to bring people together to learn from each other and provide one-to-one mentorship opportunities with David and Fred.

Later in the show, John and I discuss why it’s a matter of when and not if, Dark Mode will be added to WordPress. We round out the show by discussing burnout and some other personal things.

Stories Discussed:

Dark Mode is Possibly Coming to a WordPress Dashboard Near You

WordPress Coding Standards 1.1.0 Released

Meetup Group Organizers Can Now Earn A WordPress.org User Profile Badge

Marcel Bootsman is Walking 700km to WordCamp Europe to Raise Funds for DonateWC

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In this episode, John James Jacoby and I are joined by Fred Meyer, David Hayes, and Alex Denning of WPShout to learn about WPShout’s Pro Community. This community aims to bring people together to learn from each other and provide one-to-one mentorship opportunities with David and Fred. Later in the show, John and I discuss why it’s a matter of when and not if, Dark Mode will be added to WordPress. We round out the show by discussing burnout and some other personal things. Stories Discussed: Dark Mode is Possibly Coming to a WordPress Dashboard Near You WordPress Coding Standards…

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