I am extremely honoured to be amongst a plethora of amazing speakers scheduled for WordFest Live 2021 by A Big Orange Heart (formerly WP&UP). My talk topic is titled: → Remote Happiness: How to build and keep mental wellness in work and life. Disclaimer: Firstly, I am neither an expert on the topic nor haveContinue reading “Leo Gopal on Speaking at #WordFest 2021 on Remote Happiness in tech.”
This was quite an eventful meet-up in Cape Town for WooCommerce. The highlights, for me, speaking about ‘Making WooCommerce your own‘ and Mark Forrester’s Q&A about the WooThemes Acquisition with Sean Parker-Ross. Good times at last night's #WooCommerce Cape Town Meetup, including @leogopal's excellent talk on store customising. pic.twitter.com/ElNRPe1GMk — WooThemes (@WooThemes) June 19, 2015Continue reading “WooCommerce Cape Town Meetup”
Last week I had the honor of writing an essay for HeroPress titled: “W-W-Waiting for the right circumstances“. The response to it was great (judging by retweets, DM’s, and emails.) I am absolutely grateful to Topher DeRosia for giving me such an honor. Topher is the awesome guy behind HeroPress.com.
Twelve years ago Matt announced the first official release of WordPress. Fast forward 12 years and WordPress has: More than 80 WordCamps WorldWide 6 Major version releases 800+ Core Contributors since the first release 23% Market Share of the Internet 100+ meetup groups in 21+ countries
At WordCamp Minneapolis, Brad Parbs from WebDevStudios runs through an awesome presentation on creating and using Powerful Local Development Environments using Vagrants.
Everyone, who is anyone, is talking about it – even Drupal (yup, all linked). Mark Forrester and Magnus Jepson of WooThemes, and Matt Mullenweg of Automattic, announced today that Automattic has successfully acquired WooCommerce – one month before Automattic’s 10th Anniversary.
On 25 Feb 2015, I attended the first (of many to come) WooCommerce Meetup in Cape Town. The event was organised through the meetup.com group with the main topic for the evening being eCommerce in South Africa. Though, the events began with a comical note due to Meetup.com having issues processing online payments for an eventContinue reading “The First WooCommerce Meetup in Cape Town”