LoopConf 2, hosted in Salt Lake City, was a great WordPress developer-focused event. Post Status was there, taking pictures and video. Here’s our review.
With the next edition of WordCamp Europe on the horizon, Jenny Beaumont finds herself thinking about event growth past and present, and about what success might look like for all of us in this new year.
The first Post Status Publish and WordCamp US 2016 were both last week. Brian Richards and I took some pictures, and here they are.
I was thrilled to take part in WordCamp Europe 2016, held in Vienna. The event was highly successful, and I got to meet many members of the community I hadn’t met before. Here are some pictures.
The second A Day of REST conference will be in Boston, Massachusetts. The event will cover the WordPress REST API in-depth, with talks and workshops from leaders in the community. It will be co-organized by Human Made and Post Status.
I had the privilege to attend and be the media partner at A Day of REST, the world’s first conference devoted to the WordPress REST API. Here’s my initial review, and some pictures, from the event.
This week’s Post Status Draft podcast is hosted by Brian Krogsgard and Joe Hoyle. This week, they talk about WordPress in 2015 and what to expect in 2016.
This week on the Draft podcast, Joe and Brian discuss justification for attending WordPress events, WordPress comments, and WordPress PHP version support, PHP7, and HHVM.
A Day of REST is an event devoted to the WordPress REST API. It’ll happen on January 28th 2016, with a follow-on hack day on the 29th, in London. It’s an exciting opportunity for developers to learn how to interact with the new WordPress REST API, and Post Status will be an official partner.
Discussing larger, pan-regional WordCamps, and announcing the details for the next WordCamp Europe.
Jenny Beaumont, a freelance web developer based in France, describes the recent growth boom in France’s WordPress community and some of those who’ve helped it thrive.
Fresh and rested after PressNomics, today I’m reflecting on the WordPress business event that’s made such a name for itself. After finally making it myself, on its third iteration, I can tell you that I now know what all the fuss is about. Here are just a few of my takeaways.
PressNomics is this week. Here’s a preview of some of the things I’m looking forward to. I can’t wait to hang out with those of you going!
This weekend, WordSesh 3 will begin. WordSesh is 24 straight hours of live streamed presentations and discussions from a variety of intelligent folks in the WordPress world. It starts at 0:00 UTC Saturday, which really means 7:00 p.m. Eastern time on Friday for those of us in America. It’ll run through Saturday evening. The lineup […]
“Oh, my name is Matt Mullenweg by the way. Nice to meet you.” After the WordPress co-founder welcomed the largest WordCamp San Francisco audience ever, he introduced himself and began this year’s State of the Word — the annual talk where he provides insight of the last year of WordPress and inspiration for the future. edit: The […]
Early May 2015 will be the first ever LoopConf, a WordPress conference that’s geared solely toward developers. Ryan Sullivan, the owner of WP Site Care, is hosting the conference that is to be held in Las Vegas. LoopConf describes itself like this: LoopConf is the greatest conference ever created for WordPress developers. LoopConf came […]
Last week, I was in New York City for WordCamp and some client meetings. The event was a huge success, with four full tracks of expert designers, developers, and WordPress professionals sharing what they’ve learned. I had a great time with everyone there. I saw old friends, and met new friends. I had my recording […]