Category Archives: Podcasts

Hear us on Your Website Engineer Episode 51!

Hear us on Your Website Engineer!Randy and I were return call-in guests on a popular WordPress podcast that aired Nov 23, 2011. Listen to us discuss cloud computing with Dustin Hartzler of Your Website Engineer on episode 51.

Your Website Engineer has served many thousands of downloads to the WordPress community and ranks within the top 10 when one searches for the term “WordPress” within the Apple iTunes Store. This episode marks Dustin’s 51st podcast on how to build your own quality website and runs for approximately 30 minutes.

In this episode we discuss our recent blog post Takeaways from Cloud Computing Expo 2011, and report back on cloud computing and cloud application concepts from the recent conference.

Please contact us and let us know what you thought of the show as well as what you’d like to hear about in future podcasts!

Advertisements

Hear us on Your Website Engineer Episode 48!

Hear us on Your Website Engineer!Randy and I were return call-in guests on a popular WordPress podcast that aired Nov 2, 2011. Listen to us discuss project management with Dustin Hartzler of Your Website Engineer on episode 48.

Your Website Engineer has served many thousands of downloads to the WordPress community and ranks within the top 10 when one searches for the term “WordPress” within the Apple iTunes Store. This episode marks Dustin’s 48th podcast on how to build your own quality website and runs for approximately 30 minutes.

In this episode we discuss our recent blog post What’s in a Phone Number, an explanation of the differences between marketing requirements and engineering specifications for project management.

Please contact us and let us know what you thought of the show as well as what you’d like to hear about in future podcasts!

Hear us on Your Website Engineer Episode 44!

Hear us on Your Website Engineer!Randy and I were return call-in guests on a popular WordPress podcast that aired Oct 5, 2011. Listen to us discuss the WordPress API with Dustin Hartzler of Your Website Engineer on episode 44.

Your Website Engineer has served many thousands of downloads to the WordPress community and ranks within the top 10 when one searches for the term “WordPress” within the Apple iTunes Store. This episode marks Dustin’s 44th podcast on how to build your own quality website and runs for approximately 40 minutes.

In this episode we discuss WordPress Plugin Strategy, a comprehensive overview of how WordPress is intended to be extended with Plugins via the WordPress API.

Please contact us and let us know what you thought of the show as well as what you’d like to hear about in future podcasts!

Hear us on Your Website Engineer Episode 39!

Hear us on Your Website Engineer!Randy and I were return call-in guests on a popular WordPress podcast that aired Aug 31, 2011. Listen to us discuss DNS with Dustin Hartzler of Your Website Engineer on episode 39.

Your Website Engineer has served many thousands of downloads to the WordPress community and ranks within the top 10 when one searches for the term “WordPress” within the Apple iTunes Store. This episode marks Dustin’s 39th podcast on how to build your own quality website and runs for approximately 40 minutes.

In this episode we discuss Understanding DNS for Faster Website Migrations, how to best architect your domain name’s DNS hosting and how to manage the various records that point traffic to your various hosting providers.

Please contact us and let us know what you thought of the show as well as what you’d like to hear about in future podcasts!

Hear us on Your Website Engineer Episode 35!

Hear us on Your Website Engineer!Randy and I were return call-in guests on a popular WordPress podcast that aired Aug 3, 2011. Listen to us discuss WordPress performance with Dustin Hartzler of Your Website Engineer on episode 35.

Your Website Engineer has served many thousands of downloads to the WordPress community and ranks within the top 10 when one searches for the term “WordPress” within the Apple iTunes Store. This episode marks Dustin’s 35th podcast on how to build your own quality website and runs for approximately 30 minutes.

In this episode we discuss WordPress Website Performance, how to tune up your WordPress powered website for user and search engine benefit.

Please contact us and let us know what you thought of the show as well as what you’d like to hear about in future podcasts!

Hear us on Your Website Engineer Episode 31!

Hear us on Your Website Engineer!Randy and I were return call-in guests on a popular WordPress podcast that aired Jul 6, 2011. Listen to us discuss WordPress security with Dustin Hartzler of Your Website Engineer on episode 31.

Your Website Engineer has served many thousands of downloads to the WordPress community and ranks within the top 10 when one searches for the term “WordPress” within the Apple iTunes Store. This episode marks Dustin’s 31st podcast on how to build your own quality website and runs for approximately 30 minutes.

In this episode we discuss WordPress Security, how to protect your WordPress powered website against the growing threats.

Please contact us and let us know what you thought of the show as well as what you’d like to hear about in future podcasts!

Hear us on Your Website Engineer Episode 26!

Hear us on Your Website Engineer!Randy and I were return call-in guests on a popular WordPress podcast that aired Jun 1, 2011. Listen to us discuss WordPress Plugins with Dustin Hartzler of Your Website Engineer on episode 26.

Your Website Engineer has served many thousands of downloads to the WordPress community and ranks within the top 10 when one searches for the term “WordPress” within the Apple iTunes Store. This episode marks Dustin’s 26th podcast on how to build your own quality website and runs for just under 30 minutes.

In this episode we discuss the differences between Plugins and themes, why Plugins are best suited for functionality, the reasons for considering custom plugin development, how we go about gathering the information to build a plugin, and typical costs for plugin development. We touch on the main reasons for choosing custom plugin development, such as fit, performance, security, interoperability and the availability of training and support.

Please contact us and let us know what you thought of the show as well as what you’d like to hear about in future podcasts!