WordPress Community Links: My Go-To Plugins & WordPress is not just for Blogs Anymore

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Hey folks, with another weekend comes another roundup of community links and I am excited to share some great WordPress stuff with you.

This post is part of a weekly series, Weekly Roundup. Feel free to read and enjoy some of these great posts I have found this week.

Here are some of the best articles I have read, shared, and retweeted on Twitter and Facebook.

WordPress Tutorials

WordPress News & Blog Posts

  • WordPress chick – Kim Doyal, has finally put together her first podcast episode “My Go-To Plugins”. In her first episode, she talked about essentials or go-to plugins for bloggers.
  • Austin Gunter wrote a really interesting post – WordPress is not just for Blogs Anymore.
  • Japh Thomson has put together a getting started guide on how to contribute to WordPress – a great and useful guide for people who want to contribute to WordPress.
  • AJ Clarke, the guy who I did an interview with released an awesome magazine style theme at ThemeForest.
  • Matt Cohen published a list post of popular WordPress plugins for Developers, over on the recently launched WPDaily.
  • Cohen Jacobs announced the WooCommerce 2.0 beta 2 for testing.
  • Krisa published an short post about the newly launched WPDaily blog. Krisa, when you gonna do a writeup about WPKube ;)?

If you run across something link worthy, please do let us know about it.

About the Author: Devesh Sharma is a WordPress fanatic and loves experimenting with WordPress themes & plugins.Get more from Devesh on  and Twitter.
5 comments… add one
  1. Carolyn says

    Excellent list, Devesh. We can always learn more about WordPress and this is a great list of resources for us. I’m a big podcast fan so I will be checking out Kim’s podcast!

  2. Kim Doyal says

    Hey Devesh!
    Thanks so much for including me! I’m honored to be included – great list of resources.
    (and sorry for the belated comment! DOH!)

    Much appreciated!
    Thanks again,
    Kim

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