I reached the druid level of information overload. I have been in information overwhelm land for a while, and it’s time to do something about it. Topics and contacts review I have been on Twitter for a long time now. While I was at SiteGround, I started using it mostly for work-related stuff. The main… Continue reading Information overwhelm
I really thought I would be able to write something every day for thirty days and then I wrote only two posts. One about the Click Publish initiative and one about Sudoku. I won’t lie, I felt really bad about it. Truth is, I could write about lots of topics. One year as a team… Continue reading Click publish around the web
I have a pile of books next to my bed. Make it next to my beds since I scatted my belongings between four apartments. But this summer is all about the Sudoku Samurai. The five intersecting sudokus are my jam and I am not sure I will finish any of the books I have on… Continue reading Sudoku Samurai Summer
I talk a lot. Like a lot. So much that once I went on a field trip with some friends to explore some wool factories, and at some point, I was talking so much that I hear one of the ladies in the front saying “Will she ever shut up”? So yeah, I talk a… Continue reading 30 days of clicking publish. A challenge for a lazy writer.
I loved the first season of the Newsroom. It has one of my favorite opening scenes of a tv serie. Very relevant today.
I have been an avid reader my whole life. Books entertain, comfort, motivate, and educate me. When I got a new job in October 2020, I felt I needed to get more organised in my learning, hence in my reading. I enjoy team work, so naturally I thought creating a book club would be the… Continue reading Read to Lead: a book club for women and non-binary folx
Between July and October 2020, I had the pleasure to give a talk about the Future of WordPress at multiple events. Every time, I updated the talk to reflect the changes going on in the current release, and in the plans for the future. I decided to turn this into an article and ideally write… Continue reading The Future of WordPress: 2020 edition
On October 1st 2020, I joined Yoast as the team lead for a group of amazing people. Needless to say, I am over the moon. The new role came with the desire to give myself a more structured education about things that I have been doing informally for years now: managing people and processes. In… Continue reading Reading material for that time I became a team lead and an accidental leader
You have been my first task as a team lead and for that I am grateful. You are a beautiful, usable, accessible, performant theme. Designed, developed and wrangled by a team of caring, knowledgable leads who worked tirelessly with a great bunch of people. I can not wait to use you for this website. You… Continue reading Welcome Twenty Twenty-One
A disclaimer first: this is not to be considered a retrospective on my official role. This is all about feelings and emotions. If you are looking for one, it will be posted in the Core blog at some point 🙂 In the past eight weeks I have been coordinating the release of WordPress 5.3, the… Continue reading A personal reflection on 8 weeks of coordinating the release of WordPress 5.3