How to Build a $750/Month WordPress Business: An Interview with Kernl.us Founder

Hello! My name is Jack Slingerland and I’m the founder of Kernl.us! Kernl is a WordPress plugin and theme update service. It also handles WordPress license management, WordPress analytics, and WordPress git deployment.
Key Statistics
Monthly Revenue: $750 and growing steadily
Date Started / Years in Business: The first commit in Kernl’s codebase was December 14, 2014 but we didn’t open for alpha testing until March 2015 or so.
Location / Homebase: Kernl is located in Raleigh, NC.
Number of Employees: Just me!
In the beginning (or even now) do you maintain a full time job while launching?
Trying to hold down a full-time job and launch a product can be tough and requires some serious time management skills. I currently work full time as a Lead Senior Software Engineer at an education technology company and then try to spend 1 hour a night working on Kernl, and 2 hours in the early morning on weekends. It


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Yagmail: sending mails from Python the easy way

This document aims to show how to use yagmail in your programs.
Most of what is shown here is also available to see in the
README, some content may be
duplicated for completeness.

Start a Connection
As mentioned in Configuring Credentials, there
are three ways to initialize a connection by instantiating
yagmail.SMTP:
1. With Username and Password:
e.g. yagmail.SMTP(‘mygmailusername’, ‘mygmailpassword’)
This method is not recommended, since you would be storing
the full credentials to your account in your script in plain text.
A better alternative is using keyring, as described in the
following section:
2. With Username and keyring:
After registering a keyring entry for yagmail, you can
instantiate the client by simply passing your username, e.g.
yagmail.SMTP(‘mygmailusername’).
3. With keyring and .yagmail:
As explained in the Setup documentation, you can also
omit the username if you have a .yagmail file in your
home folder, containing just your GMail username. This way,
you can initialize yagmail.SMTP without any arguments.
4. With OAuth2:
This is probably the safest method of authentication, as you
can revoke the


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