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  1. Scope Talk - Warum geht Software immer kaputt?

    Peter Hogenkamp und Reto Kleeb, CEO und CTO der Scope Content AG, sprechen in diesem Podcast darüber, warum Software immer kaputt geht. Scope ist Anbieter von B2B-Whitelabel-Software für kuratierte Inhalte. Mehr dazu:

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  2. Episode XVII — dina Amin

    Episode 17 of the Neon Moiré Show is with dina Amin, creator of #TinkerFriday. Thomas Dahm talks with Cairo-based product designer dina Amin about the letter “D”,

    starting ‘Tinker Friday’, why she started using stop-motion animation and her love for the medium, being on Patreon and so much more.

    This episode is recorded during beyond tellerrand Düsseldorf 2018. #btconf


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  3. Die Leistungsgesellschaft - Ein Phänomen der Moderne? | Bayern 2 Audio | ARD Mediathek

    Audio Die Leistungsgesellschaft - Ein Phänomen der Moderne?: Leistung! Überall wird Leistung gefordert. Wer viel leistet, der verdient auch viel - diese Rechnung gilt als fair. Aber stimmt das überhaupt? Und seit wann gibt es überhaupt das Konzept der Leistung?

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  4. WPWeekly Episode 289 – Where Did WordPress’ Ease of Use Go? – WordPress Tavern

    In this episode, John James Jacoby and I are joined by Scott Bolinger. Bolinger recently attended a Content and Commerce Summit where WordPress and WooCommerce were not mentioned. Bolinger shared the perspective he gained from an attending the event and speaking with a friend who uses Shopify.

    We discuss what happened to WordPress’ ease of use, which user segment the project is developed for, and how can it provide an end-to-end user experience that’s on par with SaaS offerings like SquareSpace or Wix. We also talk about the challenges associated with setting up a WordPress site after the installation process. Last but not least, we discuss why some people are not recommending WordPress to friends or family anymore.

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    DonateWC Reaches Fundraising GoalWordCamp for Publishers Videos Now Available on YouTubeApply Filters Podcast to be Retired after 83 EpisodesFacebook to Re-license React after Backlash from Open Source CommunityWordPress Explores a JavaScript Framework-Agnostic Approach to Building Gutenberg BlocksSI CAPTCHA Anti-Spam Plugin Permanently Removed from Due to Spam Code

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    Otto shares tips and advice on selling plugins.

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    Mindful Communication in Code Reviews by Amy Ciavolino.

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  5. Hugos There Podcast #4: Neuromancer (feat. Lisa Schmeiser) – Hugos There Podcast

    This time, Seth is joined by Lisa Schmeiser of The Incomparable to discuss one of her favorites, William Gibson's Neuromancer, winner of the 1985 Hugo Award for Best Novel. Notes: Lisa on Unjustly Maligned discussing “Dragonriders of Pern”: Links to Lisa’s work: Lisa’s Twitter: Slate article referenced by Lisa:

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