Sometimes we’re under the impression that finishing a WooCommerce development project is the end of the road, but that’s really just the beginning. When you hand over a site it’s the start of that store’s life cycle and, as a developer, you likely will not be the most important person on the store anymore. The store owner and their customers will be.

At least, they should be.

Upon chatting to a lot of developers, it becomes clear very fast that it can be challenging to hand over a project successfully. What does that even mean in the first place?

Read the full article at WooCommerce.com.

This article was the result of my workshop at the WordPress Antwerp meetup in June and a sponsor talk at WordCamp Europe in the same month. These are my slides of the Belgian meetup:

 

Published by Job

Hallo! I'm a Belgian living in Cape Town with a passion for education, training and WordPress, trying to combine the three at the WooCommerce team of Automattic. In my spare time I run an e-zine called CULTURESHOCK, and enjoy movies, music, photography, reading, travelling, good food and (Belgian) beer.

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