The video of Joshua Strebel‘skeynote at WordCamp Phoenix 2019 is available now. Joshua's talk is focused on “Bias and Self Delusion,” and it offers some fascinating insights and important lessons learned from his ten years as CEO of Pagely.
In January, the Norwegian WordPress community got together in Oslo for WordCamp Norway 2014. In this video, filmed by Alex Asensi, people give testimonials about what excites them about WordPress and what it’s done for them in their lives. Whether it makes publishing easier, enables careers, or even saves lives, WordPress has benefited millions of people…
Kimberly Lipari made the switch from a traditional engineering career to WordPress a decade ago. She’s now the CEO of Valet.
The WordPress project, software, and community are equally important. They all play a role in ensuring growth, progress, and success. A sizeable economy of users, builders, and business owners depends on it. That’s why staying informed is vital. And so much of the reporting and learning opportunities come from unofficial sources. We need more people within the WordPress community who are interested in writing and more places to amplify their voices.
WordCamp US has put out a call for WordPress communities to participate in its second Community Bazaar in December. This is a great way for lesser-known WordPress communities and events to get some international exposure.
$635.5 billion…That’s “billion,” with a “B.” Let’s look at the size of the universe inhabited by our market of markets of cathedrals and bazaars: the WordPress ecosystem. How should we think about WordPress’s market share or, maybe more accurately, its shares? Are we selling them short and dampening growth?
Here’s a helpful and interesting look at the policies and procedures for Code of Conduct violations at WordCamp Europe. If you’re involved in event organization, check it out. You’d be surprised that these types of actions do periodically have to be enforced.