WP Engine and Delicious Brains
In this episode of the Delicious Brain Waves podcast, Brad and Iain chat about the recent Delicious Brains acquisition of Advanced Custom Fields. Taking a deep dive into the process, they cover everything about the acquisition, from the first discussions with Advanced Custom Fields creator Elliot Condon, how Brad evaluated the product to determine a value, financing options, performing due diligence, when and how to get lawyers involved, all the way up to the final closing and handover. If you’re looking at buying or selling a WordPress product business, this episode is an interesting look into the nitty-gritty details of the process, what to look out for, and things to avoid. Show Notes: The official announcement Advanced Custom Fields Iain on Twitter Brad on Twitter Open positions at Delicious Brains Let us know your thoughts on Twitter ...
In our latest podcast episode, Ahmed, Iain, and Ross discuss the hotly contested topic of whether people entering the web development field need a proper Computer Science (CS) degree. They talk about the challenges, pros, and cons of having vs. not having a CS degree, what they think of coding Bootcamps, and how they landed their first jobs. Show notes: Let us know your thoughts on Twitter ...
Welcome to Delicious Brain Waves, the first ever podcast episode from Delicious Brains. This is the start of a semi-regular podcast where talk about all things development, coding, and WordPress. Brad Touesnard is the host and each week he chats to a member of the team. This week he talks to Pete Tasker, lead developer of WP Migrate, about rebuilding the WP Migrate UI in React, what he's learnt, and the challenges he's faced. Show Notes: Sam Selikoff on React How to Create Custom WordPress Editor Blocks in 2020 ...