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Pit Stop: Seasons of Change

Posted by Torque Mag on November 12, 2021 at 8:52 am
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In this monthly column, Brian Gardner explores the challenges of operating a WordPress-based business and shares insight into servicing and refueling the human soul. While I was born in Southern California, I have lived in the Chicagoland area since I was six months old. So even though palm trees and sunny weather would have been enjoyable, life isn’t so bad in the Windy City. Midwesterners understand the nostalgia and beauty that surrounds us this time of year. Pumpkin Spice lattes, cool crisp air, and magnificent colors surround us for several weeks. Unfortunately, it never feels long enough to me, but as the French would say, c’est la vie. For the past 15 years, I have had the pleasure of experiencing Autumn as someone self-employed. It’s been remarkable, but things are different this year: seasons have changed. A New Season In late September, I officially joined the Developer Relations team at WP Engine. My position is an excellent fit, as it allows me to spend my day immersed in three areas I love: design, WordPress, community. I am assembling a team to help execute a simple mission: Accelerate innovation in WordPress and help the community transition to the block editor and…

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