I pride myself now on working with some of the best WordPress engineers in the world. At 10up, our clients know they’re getting solid editorial projects backed by even more solid engineering. There’s some magic in that, but most of it is learned.
10up came together for our annual meetup – this year adding a hackathon to the mix. What we accomplished in this short time as astounding!
Today, team 10up embarks on our next “learning summit.”
I’m super excited to announce that I’m using 10up’s newest product – PushUp – on this site. If you’re visiting on Safari you’ve already see the popup asking for permission to notify you.
As most of you know, I started a new job a few weeks ago with 10up. It’s an amazing job so far, and I’m thrilled to work with several developers I admire and am lucky enough to call friends.
But deciding to take this new job was a difficult decision for me – because I really enjoyed my previous job. Some of my co-workers were, understandably, upset when I left. Some of my friends a bit confused. So I wanted to lay out for you the four biggest reasons I decided to leave a very good job with HawkSoft to take an equally fantastic opportunity with 10up.