Do you work from home, in an office, or maybe both? Nowadays, there is often an opportunity to be flexible. You can easily work in your home workplace, on a train, in a cafée or travel anywhere in the world, as long as there is an internet connection. You no longer need to be physically in an office or workplace. Hence, many people now work remotely. The world has simply shrunk—at least regarding accessibility. For everybody who works with WordPress or the web in general, the same applies. The fact is, most of my friends around the world have some kind of home workplace where most (if not all) work is done. Therefore, to find out more, I asked a number of well-known WordPress experts about what their home workplaces look like and what hardware they use. Are you curious about these WordPress mavens and how their home workplaces look? I am! Let’s get started… Syed Balkhi Location: West Palm Beach, FL, USA Syed Balkhi – Co-founder of WPBeginner, OptinMonster, WPForms, MonsterInsights, Envira Gallery, and Soliloquy. Our goal is to level the playing field for small businesses, so they can grow and compete with the big guys. Follow Syed on Twitter @SyedBalkhi.
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