D.J. Billings from Los Angeles, California writes about finding, falling in love with, and making a career out of WordPress.
Daniel Kossmann from Curitiba, Brazil writes his many experiences contributing to the WordPress project and community.
Hauwa Abashiya from both London England AND Kaduna, Nigeria writes about finding a global family in the WordPress community.
Stefano Cassone from Rome, Italy writes about how WordCamps and contributing back to WordPress has enriched his career and his life.
Dit essay is ook beschikbaar in het Nederlands. This post is not about web accessibility, it’s about mental health. About trying to cope with grief and burnout. I’m not the first within the WordPress community who lost someone they love. People within the community lost a spouse, a sibling, a parent, a child. People that…
Nigel Rogers from Harare, Zimbabwe writes about how his experiences in the WordPress community taught him how to be a global citizen.
Estela Rueda from Bratislava, Slovakia writes about how the WordPress community rallied around her when Covid struck and work ran out. Este ensayo también está disponible en español.
Devin Maeztri writes from Indonesia about finding a place in the WordPress community despite not being a developer. Esai ini juga tersedia dalam bahasa Indonesia.
Este ensayo también está disponible en español. I am a very lucky person. I studied software engineering at a private university, I’m white, straight, handsome, and I live in Taco land. I could have easily joined a multinational but there was always something that stopped me. It was probably that I felt I didn’t fit…
Die opstel is ook beskikbaar in Afrikaans. For years and years, I always wanted to do websites. I dabbled in coding with HTML and CSS had one website go live within 3 months, but everybody who has done coding, also know, that it is very time consuming, something as a mom, I don’t have much…