Author: Adam Warner

WordCamp Europe 2016

At 2,200 attendees, WordCamp Europe (#WCEU) 2016 was officially the largest WordCamp ever held. Tickets sold out over six months in advance, prompting organizers to quickly allocate additional tickets and arrange additional presentation space.

WCEU 2016 was hosted in the MuseumsQuartier of beautiful Vienna, consisting of three very large tracks and the sponsor hall, where the SiteLock booth could be found front and center. From a total 220 applicants, 75 speakers were selected to present at WCEU on subjects ranging from the REST API to figuratively “herding cats.”

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WordCamp NEO 2016 – WordPress Community Interviews

In this edition of our WordPress Community Interview series, we chatted with a few of the folks we met at WordCamp Northeast Ohio.

It’s always interesting learning how others found WordPress, what they’re using it for, and what they intend to do in the future.

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WordCamp Northeast Ohio 2016 – A Perfect Event Among the Trees

If you live in Cleveland, Akron, Lorraine, Canton, Youngstown or anywhere in-between in Ohio you’re in the heart of a thriving WordPress community. WordCamp NEO was held this past weekend at the Kent State University Hotel and Conference Center. It was a great 2-day event with many important takeaways.

SiteLock was a sponsor and I had some great conversations with many of our fellow community members. In addition to sharing website security tips, we also learned a lot from everyone else attending.

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Michael Hull (Big Boom Design) – WordPress Community Interview

In today’s post, we’re kicking off our WordPress Community Interview series with Michael Hull, an experienced developer with Big Boom Design in Asheville, North Carolina.

Why We’re Conducting Community Interviews

We love WordPress and the community surrounding it. Because we’re active in the community, we often see just a handful of individuals getting noticed regularly when there other active users, developers and business owners doing great things with the software.

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WordCamp Asheville 2016 – Discovery, Inside and Out

This past weekend I found myself at the third annual WordCamp Asheville held at the University of North Carolina Asheville (UNCA). Asheville is a truly unique place filled with beautiful nature, great food, and friendly people.

SiteLock was a sponsor and I volunteered at the PreCamp, a full day hands-on workshop for those brand new to WordPress.

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5 Ways to Non-Developers Can Contribute to WordPress

WordPress would be nothing if it weren’t for the thousands of people contributing to this open source software project and community. But what if you’re not a developer or designer? How can you get involved?

If you’ve faced these same questions, you might be surprised to learn that it’s much easier to contribute than you assumed. Unfortunately, many people in the community (the end user) aren’t aware that there are ways to contribute that don’t include writing code.

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Portland Maine 2016 – A Wicked Good WordCamp

We had the pleasure of attending WordCamp Maine this past weekend. It was held at the Maine College of Art; not only a beautiful venue, but one that inspired the same creativity and community that WordCamps are known for.

WordCamp Maine Location - Maine College of Art

WordCamp Maine Location – Maine College of Art

Contributor Day

Friday was Contributor Day. This was a chance for people new and experienced with WordPress to learn the many ways in which to contribute to the WordPress project.

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