The full video and Q&A from 2016’s State of the Word last week in Philadelphia is now online. This year was especially exciting because it wasnt’ just a look back at the previous year, but sets out a new direction for where WordPress will be in 2017 and beyond. If you want just the slides, […]
Photos from WordCamp San Francisco 2014 taken by Sheri Bigelow.
A lot of people have been asking about the playlist from WordCamp San Francisco last weekend, and thanks to some help from Rose here it is: If you want to subscribe to it (or my other playlists on Spotify) I’ll be updating a bit throughout the year so we can have something fresh come 2014.
Photos from WordCamp San Francisco Contributor Day 2013 taken by Sheri Bigelow, Kevin Conboy, and Aaron Hockley.
WordCamp San Francisco 2013 was wonderfully photographed this year by Sheri Bigelow, Kevin Conboy, and Aaron Hockley. (I didn’t take any of these.)
Hack Day at WordCamp San Francisco went really well. Developers from around the globe met up to work on WordPress. Photos by Sheri Bigelow.
Photos from WordCamp San Francisco 2012 taken by Sheri Bigelow and Kevin Conboy.
This month there were three WordCamps around the world: WordCamp Las Vegas, WordCamp Indonesia, and WordCamp Whistler. Here’s what’s coming up in the next two months. Asterisks indicate WordCamps I’ll be attending: WordCamp Higher Ed NorthEast – February 2, Worcester, Massachusetts, USA WordCamp Paris * – February 7, Paris, France WordCamp Germany * – February […]
Today we’ve switched on WordPress.tv, a new space to geek out and learn about all things WordPress. WordPress.tv is home to tutorials for both WordPress self-installs and WordPress.com to help you get blogging fast and hassle-free. We’ve also aggregated and organized all that awesome WordCamp footage from around the web, on WordCampTV. There you’ll find […]
The WordCamp site now has its schedule up and the registration is open. I hope it was worth the wait for you guys. I’m really excited about the conference this year, not only because of the great speakers but as a chance to reflect on everything that’s happened since the last WordCamp.
CNET has a video on “Install a WordPress blog”, this came up at WordCamp and I think more of these would be a great idea. Here are some intro videos from EduBlogs.
One of my favorite photos from WordCamp. We had a fairly diverse crowd there. (For a SF bay geek conference, at least.) Update: We're going to change Ryan Boren's title to "Head of New Blogger Creation."
I'm still recovering from WordCamp in some ways, it was such a rush this week almost seems like a vacation. The best summary of posts regarding the event is on [gonzo]musings, The WordCamp 2006 Overview & Wrapup – from 7875 Miles Away. I'm very happy with how the event went, we had well over 300 […]
It's a bright and early morning here in San Francisco, I'm at the Swedish American hall for WordCamp 2006. The first of our brilliant volunteers are here and the wifi is strong. Life is good. See you guys on the other side of this crazy event.
WordCamp kickoff party at Taylor's Refresher tomorrow.
So 1 day after the announcement, 104 people have signed up that they're coming to WordCamp and 58 have joined the mailing list. Wow! Thank you, as this has been a huge help in determining what sort of resources we're going to need to pull this thing off. Now the big challenge is finding a […]
The idea for an event for WordPress users has been bouncing around in my head for a long time, as there is a really interesting group of people around WP but we don't do nearly as many face-to-face interactions as some similar projects. A set of circumstances are coming together at the beginning of August, […]