Lessons for Tomorrow Podcast: How Does WordPress Fit into Your Enterprise Tech Stack?

The evolution of WordPress has come a long way from its start as a blogging-first platform. Modern WordPress now has the flexibility to create content for your website, rather than being solely focused on the CMS side.

In this episode, our guest host, Scrum Master and WordPress Expert Landon Depasquale chats with Tom Still, Enterprise WordPress Business Development Director at Americaneagle.com. They share stories about the early beginnings of traditional WordPress as well as describe its multiple capabilities that easily fit into and accelerate your technology stack.

When creating a software development project, it's crucial to choose the right technology stack that fits your needs. With WordPress being an open-source platform for everyone, it makes it easy to manage and create content while having a consistent experience across your entire tech stack.

Start listening on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts. You can also watch the episode taped in the Americaneagle.com Studios on YouTube.

 

 

 

 

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About: The Lessons for Tomorrow podcast is centered around conversations between industry experts sharing insights from the past, to apply in the present, to achieve success in the future. This podcast is the "motivational poster" in your ear; each episode is centered around conversations which motivate you to tackle new initiatives at your organization. We will be talking with some of the best and brightest minds in technology and marketing and will hear from the experts themselves about their latest experiences, their most recent challenges and the road ahead. Every episode has a different story, a different answer, a different approach.

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Bryan Winger is a Podcast Producer with Americaneagle.com. He began his career in broadcasting back in Minnesota, producing for several radio stations and syndicated shows throughout the Twin Cities. He has over 5 years of experience in the broadcasting industry, before joining the team at Americaneagle.com. He enjoys playing golf and hockey, watching football on Sundays, and producing music for fun.


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