daWPshow WordPress Podcast
By Josh Feck
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A podcast for those who use WordPress
||Episode Seven||a podcast for those who use WordPress||5/29/2011||Free||View In iTunes|
||Episode Six||Customizing the WordPress Admin, some exciting new themes, a follow up about speeding up WordPress, and a few book picks.||4/11/2011||Free||View In iTunes|
||Episode Five: Faster WordPress||WordPress 3.2, some cool new plugins, a theme for writing docs, and how to speed up your site!||3/20/2011||Free||View In iTunes|
||Episode Four: Get Great Support||A few random links and a few tips on where and how to get WordPress support.||3/6/2011||Free||View In iTunes|
||Episode Three: PressTags||In this episode, I've got some links to share and and interview with Trevor Fitzgerald of PressTags!||2/20/2011||Free||View In iTunes|
||Episode Two: WordPress Theming Basics||WordPress Theming Basics||2/6/2011||Free||View In iTunes|
||Episode One: WordPress Security||A podcast for those who use WordPress||1/28/2011||Free||View In iTunes|
Very Informative- has potential in spades
Listened to episode one, very helpful, clean and simple. A great first podcast. Keep it up!
Very useful info
Podcast has very useful info but he is a little monotone and hard to pay attention to because of that. Won't keep me away, just thought some constructive feedback would help.
Great podcast with great information and leads
As a more than causal Wordpress user, but not an expert, I'm currently in a "learn all I can about it " mode as I take on various Wordpress site projects. I ran across Josh's podcast about a week ago, and ended up listening to all 4 of his current shows at once, while experiencing some quality "windshiedl" time. After listening, I couldn't wait to get back to my computer so that I could check out the great WP references he provided.
I guess the thing I really like about his show is the authenticity. You can tell the guy knows a ton about Wordpress, but he doesn't talk down to the audience, and doesn't assume that you're already a WP geek. But as I listen, I can also imagine that folks who DO know a lot about WP, would still find nuggets they could take away.
I've subscribed, and will certainly continue to look forward this prodcast as it matures. Thanks Josh!