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During the State of the Word at WordCamp San Francisco, Matt Mullenweg announced that the event will be renamed to WordCamp US and will no longer be held in the Mission Bay conference center. The announcement doesn’t eliminate San Francisco, California from being the host city but it doesn’t seem (more…)

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In this week’s edition of WordPress Weekly, we were joined by David Bisset, one of the many organizers and volunteers that helped put together WordCamp Miami 2014. Bisset explained the challenges the team faced, the logistics of organizing a 770 attendee event, and he shared advice to WordCamp organizers looking (more…)

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With 770 attendees, WordCamp Miami is one of the largest WordCamps in the US. WordCamp Miami was comprised of three seperate events. BuddyCamp, a WordPress Beginner’s Workshop, and a Workshop for Kids. With over 40 speakers and three tracks, there was a wide range of topics for users, designers, and (more…)

Keep Track Of WordCamp Miami Through WPArmchair

WordCamp Miami 2014, is shaping up to be one of the best WordPress events of the year. With 700 tickets sold and 100 people on the waiting list, the opportunity to attend the event has disappeared for all but the luckiest individuals. If you can’t make it to the event, (more…)

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Sarah Gooding and I debated whether or not smilies are content and what the true focus of debate should be concerning the emoticons. I shared my experience upgrading to WordPress For iOS 4.0 and the problems it solved. Last but not least, we discussed the dangers of downloading plugins from (more…)

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Similar to BuddyPress, bbPress has announced its own survey to help decide features and which direction bbPress development will go in 2014. The survey is three pages long and contains a mix of generalized questions. It doesn’t take long to complete and it’s nice to be able to have a (more…)

WordCamp Miami was held this past weekend and based on the schedule I saw, quite a few awesome sessions took place. Thanks to sponsorship from WooThemes, the WPCandy crew was able to attend the event and live blog most of the festivities, including a few of the sessions. For a (more…)