Last week I hung out with Brad Williams, co-founder of WebDevStudios, co-author of a few great WordPress development books, and an all around great dude and good friend.
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Yesterday I got together with Jeremy Felt, and this morning I realized that something had gone horribly wrong with my Mac and my side of the audio – it cut out about every 3 seconds, and somehow lowered the pitch of my voice slightly.
I was able to adjust the pitch, but not the skips – you’ll see what I mean.
Anyways, I’ve known Jeremy for a few years now, and we’ve shared several beers and meals on several occasions. I feel bad that I botched his episode, but hopefully y’all don’t mind too incredibly much.
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For the second episode of Commit Access, I hung out with my old friend Daniel Bachhuber. We worked together at Automatic from 2011 to 2013, mostly on WordPress.com VIP, and on what is now VIP Go.
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For the first episode of Commit Access, I wanted to sit down with & learn more about a relatively recent committer to WordPress core – someone who I’ve been chatting with almost daily on Slack for a few months now, and who I was able to share a dinner of dumplings with at WordCamp US just a few short weeks ago in Philadelphia.
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