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Today I’d like to announce Code Reviews and a new Community Forum section of the site. Now, there’s no formal procedure for this site, but I have written up a few guidelines for us to chew on. Today I’m announcing a new distinction to the listings — Code reviews. Isn’t that what a Mentor might do for me?
Because I don’t have a better name for this series of videos yet, I introduce to you episode numero uno! Rob and Chris are the first of many mentor partners I’ll be interviewing as WP Mentor moves along. We’ll hear what they are working on together and what the future holds for their mentorship. More
I only “officially” launched the site a little over 1 week ago. So far we have 31 Mentorship listings in the directory — pretty exciting! We’re seeing mentorships from all over the world with various degrees of specialty. Folks we know a lot about and folks we’re just seeing sprout up in the community. I’m