100 – The LIVE (disaster) podcast!

100 – The LIVE (disaster) podcast!

In this episode:

Discussion – The LIVE podcast! – [1:39]

With our special guests: Jim Galiano and David McCan


In this LIVE Webinar we celebrate the 100th episode of the WP Builds podcast!

It was a bit of a technological disaster! David Waumsley and I both got kicked out of the webinar before it had started and then we in a webinar all alone for 28 minutes as the webinar tech support worked out what went wrong.


Page Builder Summit 4.0

Jim and David McCan held the fort until we returned – very cool!

We discussed what we think are the things that will happen in WordPress over the next two years or so. It’s a bit of a ramble, but I can promise you that next week we’ll be back to normal!!!

Who’d have thought that we’d get this far? Who cares that we did anyway!

Thanks for sticking with us!

Mentioned in this episode:

The list of prize winners!

This is what we used to generate the random numbers for the prize draw.

Nathan Wrigley

Nathan Wrigley

Nathan writes posts and creates audio about WordPress on WP Builds. He can also be found in the WP Builds Facebook group.

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