wordcamp

The feedback is starting to come in regarding this past weekends WordCamp Montreal event which I followed on Twitter and it looks like the event was a success. At least one person, Laura Roberts has published her thoughts and lessons learned while attending the event. She also highlights the fact (more…)

When I initially published information regarding the virtual WordCamp, I was a bit miffed at the price tag as well as a few other things. However, after putting together some information that I discovered through an anonymous source and from what has been added to the Virtual WordCamp website, I’ve (more…)

Matt Mullenweg was just on stage at WordCamp Dallas delivering his coveted state of the Word. This presentation is what provides insight into what the WordPress project is doing and what we can look forward to in the future. Here are my cliff notes from watching his presentation via the (more…)

As I mentioned on Twitter yesterday, I was wondering when someone was going to create one of these. That is, a virtual WordCamp. Virtual WordCamp is just like a typical WordCamp event only held online, not constrained by a physical location. The added benefit is that attendees from all over (more…)

Matt Mullenwegs state of the Word presentation from WordCamp San Francisco is now online over at WordPress.TV. This is the presentation where Matt first introduced the merger between WPMU and WordPress.org, a commercial GPL theme page and a host of other announcements. Thanks to Dave Curlee, John P., and Michael (more…)

I was notified this morning that WordCamp New Zealand will be taking place this year on the 8th and 9th of August. The event will take place in the city of Wellington and will feature a keynote presentation from Matt Mullenweg. However, there will also be plenty of other hands-on (more…)

In this episode of WordPress Weekly, David and I are joined by Jacob Santos, Brad Williams, Lisa Sabin Wilson and Kim Parsell to talk about WordCamp Chicago. Afterwords, David and I dived into the news of the week including the release of WordPress 2.8, iThemes going GPL, and the merger (more…)

I’m back safe and sound from WordCamp Chicago and boy what a trip it was. I managed to make it alive although a few times, I ended up in hairy situations. On My Way: As you might have noticed in posts leading up to the event, I wasn’t to keen (more…)

This special episode of WordPress Weekly features four special guest interviews live from the WordCamp Chicago event. One of the interviews is with Matt Mullenweg. I apologize for the background noise in most of the interviews but I’ll be conducting better quality interviews in the future, especially once I get (more…)