1. Celebrating 2 million downloads for MailChimp for WordPress

    Earlier today, our MailChimp for WordPress plugin crossed the 2 million downloads mark and we're super proud of that. I remember announcing the plugin on my blog here and receiving only a handful of responses. A year later, I wrote about reaching the first big milestone: 100.000 downloads. Then,…

    on MailChimp, WordPress, Milestone

  2. Introducing "ibericode"

    For the last 5 years, I've been doing business under my somewhat boring personal name. The official name of my company was just "Danny van Kooten". For me, this made perfect sense as I was on my own, working for clients and selling some of my WordPress plugins. It did…

    on ibericode

  3. CDN URL rewriting plugin for WordPress

    To make sure the MailChimp for WordPress site loads as fast as possible throughout the world we recently started using Amazon Cloudfront, a Content Delivery Network, for serving all public assets (CSS, JavaScript and image files). Configuring WordPress to use a CDN seemed like a straightforward and simple enough process…

    on WordPress, CDN

  4. Interview on NomadList

    NomadList.com is a website that lists the best places to live and work remotely. I've been a huge fan of the site ever since it was created by Pieter Levels during his 12 startups in 12 months. These last few months, I even based a few of my travel…

    on Personal, NomadList, Interviews

  5. Interview on WebWorkTravel

    I was recently interviewed by Johannes Voelkner, the guy behind WebWorkTravel who seems to have visited just about any country in the world. We ran into each other last year while on a workation in Tarifa, a small kitesurfing town in Southern Spain. I've been following Johannes' adventures for a…

    on Personal