detroit

It looks like the plug has been pulled on WordCamp Detroit 2013. In a blog post published on September 3rd, 2013 TJList one of the organizers has announced that they have canceled this year’s WordCamp. The primary reason given was that they were not ready to put on a high-quality (more…)

I’d like to take this opportunity to thank the folks over at PollDaddy.com for sponsoring my trip to WordCamp Detroit. Without their support, I would not have been able to attend. If you’re looking for an easy to use service to poll your readers or conduct surveys, definitely give them (more…)

During the conference, I randomly pulled two people aside attending the event to get their take on how things were progressing. I wanted to know if they had learned anything new and what they thought of the event overall. The attendees are Rick McGrath and Ana Kelly both whom work (more…)

This is an interview with Anthony Montalbano who is one of the main reasons why WordCamp Detroit was able to take place this year, a first for Michigan. In this interview, I ask Anthony what was the largest hurdle he had to jump over in order to make the event (more…)

I’d like to take this opportunity to thank the folks over at PollDaddy.com for sponsoring my trip to WordCamp Detroit. Without their support, I would not have been able to attend. If you’re looking for an easy to use service to poll your readers or conduct surveys, definitely give them (more…)

As you’re reading this, I’m currently on my way to North West Detroit for WordCamp Detroit that’s taking place this weekend. Luckily for me, a person canceled at the last minute and I was able to pick up the ticket. Based on the schedule of speakers and presentations, it looks (more…)

I always enjoy attending WordCamps that are close to home. On October 9th and 10th, 2010 WordCamp Detroit will be in full effect and I’d like to be there. Attending WordCamps is pretty expensive if you don’t live in the local area and attend a few of them each year. (more…)