I’m one week on the heels of WordCamp San Francisco 2013 and wanted to share some goodies with you. If you’re not familiar with WordCamp, it’s a local gathering of WordPress enthusiasts where we meet to learn, network, and have a load of fun. Over 70 WordCamps have taken place around the world this year!
WordCamp San Francisco is the flagship of WordCamps since it practically happens in Automattic‘s back yard. If you’d like to know more, here are some great resources:
WordCamp San Francisco Recap
I wrote a guest post for WP Explorer highlighting my experience. You can read it here:
There’s a beautiful, beautiful thing out there called WordPress TV where you can find all sorts of WordPress videos, among them a recap of WordCamps from all over the world.
Great compilation of speaker slides right here.
I live blogged the following sessions:
- Mika Epstein – Why not to use WordPress Multisite
- Amy Hendrix – WordPress! It’s Made of People!
- Mark Jaquith – Confident Commits & Delightful Deploys
- Ian Stewart – Themes, Love, and Understanding
Additionally, here is a great collection of WordCamp San Francisco round-ups and reviews.
WCSF on Twitter
You can scroll through a very long list of tweets using the hashtag #WCSF or just check out this fantastic compilation.