Jisse and I have an open conversation around Mage Open Source Community Alliance and some reactions to the letter. We talk about the reaction from the Magento Association and talk a little about what could make it better.
This week we interview Thien-Lan Weber and talk about the open letter that was posted on Sept 14th from the Mage Open Source Community Alliance.
This week we interview Anna Völkl. Anna is the lead Magento developer and release manager at Economics the leading Magento agency in Austria. We dive into a great discussion about Magento security and tools merchants should use to help secure their Magento store.
This week we interview Joseph Maxwell and discuss his new book, “The Art of Ecommerce Debugging”. The video version of the podcast includes an exclusive unboxing of the book. Joseph goes over his motivation for writing this book and how it will help developers be better developers!
We discuss their recent store launch of https://www.partcatalog.com/ on the Hyva theme. We learned that the time to develop the new theme in Hyva was half that of a new theme in the Blank theme during their Magento1 to Magento2 migration.
Tyler mentions that that theme will be so successful that Willem is going to get tired of answering all the questions. We close things out with some great merchant advice for anyone on Magento Open Source or Adobe Commerce.
We talk about the history of MageRun, the Swiss Army knife for Magento. We talk about Magento and headless commerce and Christian helps us understand some alternatives to just going headless with a single app.
We dive into Adobe Commerce and Adobe Experience Manager and look at how it is working for merchants,
This week we interview Sonja Franz with Integer_net in Germany. We discuss the Magento community, online events, and the Magento association. We talk about diversity in the tech community and what everyone can do to help be more diverse. Even bald white guys.
We discuss how important it is for a developer to get a certification on an Adobe product. We discuss how everyone on a team should have a certification or accreditation on one Adobe Product