Good introduction. And it has both Grunt and Gulp in one post. Even though it’s sponsored, but definitely good read. Favorited.
When asked if WordPress product support should be done in-house, the immediate answer seems clear: Yes. But I think there’s more to it.
Remember those times when responsible as a Technical Support staff. Wonderful experience.
Source: Should WordPress Product Support Be In-House? | Tom McFarlin
When your ability to offer WordPress support exceeds your capabilities or responsibilities, why not refer them to WP Site Care?
Just hear about WP Site Care. But ever hear similar service.
Source: Finding Quality WordPress Support | Tom McFarlin
Was trying to use oEmbed, but afraid it’ll take too much time to load. Especially when there are a lot of. Also not all sites support, so it’ll be troublesome.