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WordCamp Miami 2017 Will Livestream All Sessions this Weekend

WordCamp Miami kicked off today with its ancillary workshops for beginners, freelancers, and BuddyPress enthusiasts. The WordCamp is entering its 9th year and organizers are expecting more than 800 attendees. Tickets are once again sold out, but latecomers hoping to attend can sign up for the wait list. WordCamp Miami (more…)

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There’s a lot of great WordPress content published in the community but not all of it is featured on the Tavern. This post is an assortment of items related to WordPress that caught my eye but didn’t make it into a full post. Justin Tadlock Announces Simpler Pricing Justin Tadlock (more…)

WordCamp Miami Wapuuno Cards Now Available on GitHub

One of the challenges of organizing a WordCamp is coming up with general swag for the event that will delight attendees, as opposed to filling swag bags with cheap plastic junk. Organizers are also tasked with arranging a gift for speakers. WordCamp Miami, which will be entering its ninth year (more…)

WordCamp Miami to Livestream Tracks Throughout the Weekend

WordCamp Miami 2015 is taking place this weekend with a BuddyCamp kicking off today. The event sold out again this year and will have roughly 800 attendees, including a kids’ camp, convening at the Florida International University School of Business campus on Saturday and Sunday. If you weren’t able to (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…)

Would Anyone Be Interested in a WordCamp Badges Plugin?

Wordcamp Miami Badges is a new plugin in the WordPress directory today. It allows speakers, attendees and volunteers to easily display badges indicating their participation in the 2014 event, which is estimated to surpass 700 this year. The badges plugin was created by Myles McNamara, a self-described “geek who loves (more…)