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Paris Tuzun

By Paris Tuzun

October 22, 2021

Rarely does a week go by without a noteworthy update from WordPress, the heavyweight champion of CMS platforms. Much of the recent focus has been on enhancing the Gutenberg framework and providing users of the open source platform – which powers roughly 64 million websites – with a stable and rewarding experience.  Gutenberg, known in some circles as the “WordPress block editor,”... Read More →

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Paris Tuzun

By Paris Tuzun

September 29, 2021

Ah, the bliss of early autumn. Can you feel it in the air? As September ends and nature's majestic foliage blooms across the Northern hemisphere, our editorial staff is catching its collective breath. It's been a summer like no other, with a pandemic still stoking uncertainty in most parts of the world. But one thing is still certain: digital transformation is exploding – and shows no signs... Read More →

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Paris Tuzun

By Paris Tuzun

September 16, 2021

More WordPress in the press – and the operative word is headless. We're covering a couple of big announcements today that are certain to have lasting impacts on the WordPress community. What's clear is that Automattic, the company that owns WordPress, seems to be listening intently to its users – and gearing up to challenge the headless CMS marketplace. Without further ado, (don't)... Read More →

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Paris Tuzun

By Paris Tuzun

June 18, 2021

It's almost officially summer in the Northern Hemisphere. And while some outdoorsy types are packing their Airstreams to do a bit of camping, WordPressians made the virtual hike to WordCamp Europe 2021 last week. As one of the largest community events in the WordPress ecosystem, WordCamp Europe attracted nearly 10,000 registrees from over 140 countries to their first online forum in 2020... Read More →

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Paris Tuzun

By Paris Tuzun

July 22, 2020

Reid Hoffman, the serial tech entrepreneur and founder of LinkedIn, once said: “If you are not embarrassed by the first version of your product, you've launched too late.”Of course, in the world of open source software like WordPress, it’s hard to know exactly when anything will launch. And when it does, there’s certain to be a lot of bugs.That was the case with Gutenberg, the... Read More →

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