I’ve teamed up with Pippin Williamson to talk about WordPress development in a new podcast called Apply Filters. As in
apply_filters( 'podcast', $brad, $pippin, $guest );. If you’re not a WordPress developer, you probably won’t get it.
I’ve been wanting to start a podcast for some time now. So, I reached out to Pippin and we decided to give it a shot. We decided that since there is already a great podcast covering the business of WordPress, we will focus on WordPress development.
I’ve been a fan of Pippin’s work and have admired his teaching of WordPress through his web site, so it made a lot of sense to reach out to him. He follows and is involved with core development a bit more than I am, so I’m actually pretty excited about what I will learn from him. I’m looking forward to sharing my own dev experience with our listeners as well.
The first episode went online today and we’ve been getting lots of wonderful feedback from listeners…
Why i loved 1st episode of @applyfilters: w/ @bradt @pippinsplugins: (1) developer based (2) not long (~30 minutes) (3) no wasting of time
— David Bisset (@dimensionmedia) August 19, 2013
@johnturner @pippinsplugins @bradt Ditto what John said. Only 3/4 way through the 1st episode but liking it so far.
— Phil Derksen (@philderksen) August 19, 2013
Really digging the first episode of @applyfilters. Great job @pippinsplugins and @bradt. Looking forward to the $next_episode++.
— Justin Kopepasah (@kopepasah) August 19, 2013
Listened to the first @applyfilters yesterday, us #WordPress devs are in for a treat, really like the style /cc @pippinsplugins @bradt
— Jonathan Christopher (@jchristopher) August 19, 2013
Great first podcast @applyfilters !
— Elliott Stocks (@elliott_stocks) August 19, 2013
So, if you haven’t already, check out applyfilters.fm and don’t forget to subscribe.