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  1. WPWeekly Episode 194 – Celebrating WordPress’ 12th Birthday with Matt Mullenweg

    In this birthday celebration episode of WordPress Weekly, Marcus Couch and I are joined by Automattic CEO, Matt Mullenweg. We covered a lot of ground with Mullenweg discussing the following topics:

    Update on O2 the successor to the P2 theme

    Memorable moments of the last 12 years

    Update on the WordPress history book

    Status of WordCamp USA

    The WooThemes/WooCommerce acquisition

    Hype surrounding the WP REST API

    The WordPress Mobile App

    We talked about a number of other topics as well. I apologize for the audio glitches in this episode as Mullenweg experienced bandwidth issues. We also experienced some technical difficulties with Google Hangouts.

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    Who is Jeff Chandler

    Jeff Chandler is a WordPress guy in the buckeye state. Contributing writer for WPTavern.

    Have been writing about WordPress since 2007. Host of the WordPress Weekly Podcast.

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  2. Episode 7: Andrew Spittle – Delivering Distributed Happiness Without Schedules Or Shifts At Automattic | Support Driven

    With a fully distributed support team at Automattic, Andrew Spittle shares how they deliver happiness to users by focusing on personal happiness. We talk about the culture of trying lots of things, small failures and how it all works for a team of more than 60 support people. Show Notes: Automattic 24/7/365: How Distributed…

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