A lively discussion around who the Woo builders are and what opportunities can be found in thee ecosystem.
We have a chance to talk about her transition to Automattic, a bit around the space of subscriptions and, of course, her active role in support at WooCommerce as a Happiness Engineer.
Alex has helped dozens of WooCommerce product builders and he has seen it all. Alex has a pulse on this space and a lot of great insights to share.
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.