In two weeks, Pressnomics 2 will be underway. Pressnomics, started in 2012 by Joshua Strebel of Page.ly is a conference dedicated to the business aspects of WordPress whether it be software as a service, commercial themes and plugins, or a development agency. The event is three days long where business owners can collaborate, relax, and learn valuable lessons from each other. For this years event, the Pressnomics team wants to gauge some specifics regarding the WordPress ecosystem. In order to do that, I ask that you take their very short, three question anonymous survey. Results of the survey will be presented during the conference.
I asked Joshua what will make Pressnomics 2 different from the first. His response was:
Like software, we are iterating the product. This year we want to dive deeper into a couple subjects. The discussion’s on commercialization and distributed teams will be candid and insightful. There is a lot of dogma and political correctness around these two topics in our community that we hope to peel back a bit to have a frank conversation.
Unfortunately, I won’t be in attendance for this event. I’m hoping the Pressnomics team will consider doing the conference again in 2014. If so, I’ll be the first in line.