Just in case you missed it, here’s a roundup of the latest happenings from this past week. If you have a news tip you’d like to share, write us at editor@torquemag.io.


WordPress 4.1.1 maintenance release: On Wednesday, WordPress 4.1.1 was released, fixing 21 bugs found in version 4.1.

Andy Adams discusses how the WordPress talent shortage might be a  problem: The demand for WordPress developers is u. Andy Adams speculates that a reason for this talent shortage may be accredited to the fact that WordPress developers, when compared to Drupal devs or Ruby on Rails devs, for example, are actually paid considerably less.

GravityView Plugin is available on GitHub: The GravityView plugin is now available for download on GitHub.

Prestige Conference is this weekend, February 27-28: Prestige Conference kicks off this weekend at the Innevation Center in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Review of “Layers,” a  page building interface: Brian Krogsgard provides a great overview of Layers, a new product by Obox.

Selling support instead of products: Scott Bolinger discusses selling support vs. selling products, and shares his opinion on how this topic should be approached.

Live WordPress stats: This WP Engine infographic provides a live, by-the-numbers look at how rapidly WordPress is taking over the web.

Did we miss anything? If you have anything to add, please feel free to share it in the comments below!

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