Why I Volunteer Before I get into my WordCamp San Diego (WCSD) 2016 digest, let’s start off with some stats because, why not. This was the 5th WordCamp I’ve attended, 3rd time volunteering, and 1st WordCamp San Diego (WCSD) as a volunteer. The first 3 WordCamps I attended were in San Francisco (WCSF 2012, 2013, […]
Why This Post Needs To Be Written Simply put, I just needed to finish this post. It was a goal I set towards the end of WCSF 2013 to finish my WCSF 2014 summary the Monday after it ended. I made sure to take good notes and work on the post even during my breaks. […]
Anyone involved with WordPress will be familiar to some degree with founder Matt Mullenweg. As Jobs was to Apple and Gates to Microsoft, Matt is the face of WordPress (and yes, Automattic – but that ruins my analogy). As we extend the Jobs/Gates parallel to their nearly-as-famous co-founders: Steve Wozniak (Apple) and Paul Allen (Microsoft), […]
WordPress Wednesday #1 – WordCampSF 2013 Is it July already? If so, that means WordCamp San Francisco 2013 (WCSF2013) is just around the corner. This will be my sophomore year attending, and why not, since it’s just a stone’s throw away and priced ridiculously low for the value received. Given the global nature of the […]
WordPress is celebrating its tenth anniversary today. Throughout the world, WP enthusiasts and professionals will be gathering via meetups today, the largest taking place in San Francisco, CA where WP keeps its headquarters. In 2001, a blogging platform called b2/cafelog was launched by Michel Valdrighi. WordPress was created when Matt Mullenweg of Automattic and Mike […]
Headed to WordCamp2012 all day today.