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Ah, July. Traditionally the hottest month of the year. Dads across the country return to homeostasis: standing in the yard in weathered New Balance sneakers, tending to a smoldering grill. It’s also when smart businesses start planning for the holiday season.

Here are July’s best WordPress tweets.

We love WordPress, ‘cause it is good to us

GM of StellarWP Devin Walker got jazzed about 6.3 and we share his sentiment.

A WordPress tweet from Devin Walker.

Our own Tiffany Bridge makes this month’s recap with her awesome post about the next WordPress release squad.

A WordPress tweet from Tiffany Bridge.

Is it worth it? Let me work it. Put your code down flip it and reverse it

Web designer Brian Dordevic made a great case for minimalism in content strategy.

A tweet from Brian Dordevic about WordPress.

Developer Jeff Geerling really got into the swing of things with WordPress playground.

A WordPress tweet from Jeff Geerling.

Blogger Joe (Niche Campus) talked about his WordPress plugin project that lets you sort posts updated more than six months ago, a great idea if you’re auditing and refreshing content. We can’t wait to see it.

A WordPress tweet from Joe Niche Campus.

You make me feel like upgrading

WordPress dev Carrie Dils opened up a dialogue on the division of form and function in WordPress. Has block editor stunted some users’ ability to customize like they’d truly want to? Read the full thread here.

A WordPress tweet from Carrie Dils.

Software engineer Object.Method() Man screamed into the void and reminded WP users that maybe, just maybe, you want to be careful with how you mod your themes.

A WordPress tweet from Object.Method() Man.

GB Studio Central delivered a jackknife powerbomb to a troll dissing their game development software (and WordPress). They wasted no time letting them know that WordPress is still the “Big Sexy” of the site-building world.

A tweet mentioning WordPress from GB Studio Central.

August tweets and everything after

Join us next month when we’ve got lots more heat and an all-new WordPress release to discuss.

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Samantha Mueller
Samantha Mueller

Samantha was born and raised in Brooklyn, NY. Prior to joining the Nexcess marketing team, she worked for area nonprofits and lectured at CUNY. Samantha now lives in Fond du Lac, Wisconsin with her husband and two miniature pinschers (Ziggy Woofdust and Stevie Licks). She is an avid gamer, writer, and world-class pet namer.

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