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AWP AMA with Chris Lema, VP of Product and Innovation at Liquid Web

AWP Interview Series with Chris Lema on Monday, October 1 at 11am Pacific time. Live only in the AWP Facebook Group.

The WordPress news cycle this whole calendar year has been dominated by Gutenberg — with the exception of one thing: LiquidWeb’s Managed WooCommerce offering. This is a unique offering in the managed WordPress hosting space. Is hosted niche-plugins part of the future for Managed WordPress hosts? How does what Liquid Web offers differ from just installing WooCommerce on your own?

We’ll ask these questions in a short interview and live AMA with Liquid Web’s VP of Product and Innovation and AWP Admin Chris Lema.

The Details

Chris Lema — VP of Product and Innovation at LiquidWeb

Monday, October 1 at 11:00 am Pacific Time

  • Short Introduction
  • Interview led by Matt Cromwell
  • Open AMA for all AWP members

Join Today

The Advanced WP Facebook Group is a closed group; meaning you have to request membership. If you’d like to attend the live AMA; request to join today. Once you’ve requested to join the Facebook group, you will be presented with three questions — answer them with clarity and you’ll be accepted.

Our group now has over 30,000 members and 28 admins from all over the world. We host high-quality discussions 24/7 on all things related to development in WordPress. Since 2012 this group has been formative and influential from many a WordPress dev. Join today to learn, enjoy, but most of all contribute to the discussions.

The AWP Gutenberg Interview Series

This AMA is the second installment of our AWP AMA Series. Earlier this year we hosted a 4-part interview all about Gutenberg. Check out that series and each of the live interviews.

Matt is Head of Support and Community Outreach at GiveWP.com and WordImpress.com. He is the author of several popular free plugins, the Lead Organizer of the Advanced WordPress Facebook group (which boasts over 30K members) and WordPress Community Consultant for Media Temple. He’s a popular blogger at his personal site mattcromwell.com, wordimpress.com, givewp.com, and mediatemple.net.

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