Leveling up entry-level WordPress developers

October 26, 2022 00:36:28
Leveling up entry-level WordPress developers
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Leveling up entry-level WordPress developers
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In today's episode of WP Product Talk, we'll explore the methods organizations go through to level up entry-level WordPress developers on their team.

This is a fantastic discussion with your weekly hosts Kim Colemen & Matt Cromwell. Today's guest is Courtney Robertson, Web Design Dev Advocate at GoDaddy Pro.

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