When you ask a developer on the show who is passionate about what they do, well, it literally takes a deep dive into the topic. This was the case when we invited Geoff Taylor, from XWP and developer of WooGraphQL.
When you get a couple of agency owners from the WordPress space who have been around for awhile, you may or may not be surprised the deeper dive you end up with around WooCommerce, WordPress and Open Source.
To introduce the new addition to the Do the Woo podcast, Woo Perspectives, I asked my co-hosts to join me for insights into the State of the Woo from the recent WooSesh.
We chat with Greg Lisiewski, VP and GM of Global Pay Later Products at PayPal about the industry, the benefits to consumer and merchants and the newest addition to the family at PayPal, Pay in 4. If you build sites, this is a no-brainer to educate and suggest to your clients.
The year of 2020 has been challenging and at the same time, provided a chance for some opportunities for growth in the eCommerce space. We asked Chris Lema to come back to the show and reflect on the year so far, with both perspective and insights.
Creating support, feedback channels and documentation for developers is a critical piece to the puzzle. Allen Smith has taken the role of Developer Advocate at WooCommerce with drive to bring the best to the fingertips of the dev community.
This is the last of the series where I ask my co-hosts to put on the guest hat. Today I chat with Jonathan Wold. As with my other co-hosts, Jonathan brings an amazing background to our show with his experiences in WordPress, WooCommerce and the bigger eCommerce ecosystem.
This is the second of three episodes where I ask my co-hosts to put on the guest hat. Today I chat with Mendel Kurland, who came on the show at the beginning of this year. It was the perfect opportunity to hear about the diverse background and talents that he brings to the Woo ecosystem.
Today I chat with Brad Williams, who was my first co-host and has been on the show since May 2018. It’s a good time to learn more about how Brad does the Woo as well as some insights into WooCommerce and what he has learned from the builder community via the podcast.
When you chat with two Woo builders who have been in the space for sometime, the journey is filled with twists and turn. Throw in 2020, virtual events and you get a conversation that delves even more into the opportunities, as builders, sellers and event coordinators, that are thrown your way.
Greg built his first WooCommerce shop in high school, and it was wildly successful. From there, he went on to build more stores as well as help friends and family, in these current times, take their brick-and-mortar shop online. It led to his role at HubSpot as the Global Manager of WordPress partnerships which includes a deep integration into WooCommerce.
Emerging from the corporate world to a money blogger, Shannon now runs an 10-person agency specializing in membership sites using WooCommerce. Here success story in the WP space is fascinating, and her 3-year look at WooCommerce as the monster, certainly, overall, has a wonderful ending, with scattered Hallmark moments.