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.
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
I am about to fall asleep for the third time since this morning, after coming back from Miami, where I spoke at the tenth WordCamp Miami (congratulations folks, you rock!). It seems only fitting to write today the second post about traveling for business.
I have decided to try and write in English. I know, I know, I am Italian, my readers (hi!) are Italians and yet, English is the language that I use the most, professionally and personally. I made very few New Year’s resolutions, one of them is writing more. Will you stick with me? I promise… Continue reading Traveling for business: suitcase and apps edition
I managed to cross an item from my bucket list: “attend Smashing Conf”. On February 8 and 9, I attended Smashing Conf in London, soaked in all the knowledge I could, fawned at Rachel Andrew, giggled at the stuff that Una and Martin showed on stage and had a jolly good time. I also had… Continue reading The WordPress Community – Smashing Conf Jam Session
I had the pleasure of speaking at WordCamp Europe 2016, in Vienna. This is a transcript of my notes. When I applied to speak at WordCamp Europe 2016, I thought that what was going on in Italy was pretty special: after talking to people at WordCamps, getting more involved in the Community team and especially after… Continue reading (The Rebirth of the Italian) WordPress Community