This year’s WordCamp St. Louis took place on the campus of Washington University. There, inside the Lab Sciences Building Castle at Washington University, the latest scientific developments from the WordPress community were discussed.

Lab Sciences Building
Lab Sciences Building

Sessions
The talks at #WCSTL were facilitated through use of three classrooms and a large auditorium. I was fortunate to attend several of my favorite speakers’ talks. Among them were these gems:

“Frameworks for Freelancers” with Shelly Peacock
“How to Make the Most out of Yoast SEO” with Nile Flores
“The Future of WordPress: Five Years Out” (keynote) with Chris Lema
● The Blogger Panel with Nile Flores, Andy Nathan, Michele Butcher, and Chris Lema.
“Why WordPress Works this Way” with Aaron Jorbin

Shelly Peacock
Shelly Peacock

Nile Flores
Nile Flores

Chris Lema
Chris Lema

Blogger Panel
(L – R) Nile Flores, Andy Nathan, Michele Butche, Chris Lema

Aaron Jorbin
Aaron Jorbin

Unfortunately, I wasn’t able to attend every session that I wanted to (there were just too many!). Thankfully, the good folks at WCSTL have posted the other speakers’ slides, so I can catch up. If you’re in the same boat, mosey over to the Speaker Slides section of the camp website. Thank you, St Louis!