Categories Asides State of the Word 2015 Post author By Matt Post date December 7, 2015 5 Comments on State of the Word 2015 You do not have sufficient freedom levels to view this video. Support free software and upgrade.You do not have sufficient freedom levels to view this video. Support free software and upgrade. Here is the State of the Word presentation I delivered on Saturday, and the following Q&A. If you just want to check out the slides, here they are on Slideshare: State of the Word 2015, WordCamp US from photomatt Share this: Related State of the Word 2014October 27, 2014In "WordPress"WordCamp Live StreamDecember 3, 2016In "Asides"State of the Word 2019November 5, 2019In "WordCamp" Tags WordCamp, WordPress, sotw ← PHP7 and LetsEncrypt → Wired in German 5 replies on “State of the Word 2015” […] Via Matt. […] Matt — I just wanted to let you know how much I appreciate & respect what you’ve created, and how you continue to lead WordPress into the future. Not only do I love what you’re doing with WordPress—regardless of the hype or negativity that each release brings—but I can’t say enough about what you stand for as a human being. On behalf of the millions who use WordPress every day, whether it’s to make a living, make a fortune or just start writing… thank you. […] State of the Word 2015, Matt Mullenweg made it very clear that this trend will continue to grow in the years to come and […] […] were Andrew Nacin‘s talk on Advanced Topics in WordPress, as well as Matt Mullenweg’s State of the Word (see his post to watch the video). Both of these speakers are vital within the community. […] Your address was off-the-scale and the live steam looked fantastic! It was really awesome to see the official acknowledgement and municipal support from the city of Philadelphia with the beautiful resolution. Congratulations to the WCUS organizing team for REALLY making things happen. WordPress 4.4 is an early Christmas gift and I’ve been too busy playing with our new toy to say “Thanks!” WP-4-Life! 😉 Comments are closed.