The overall message: WordPress is huge, getting huger. The team is kicking ass. Great things are to come. They really care about experience and performance at every step of the way.Read more →
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We had over 1,000 people attending WCSF and many more watching the livestream, making it the biggest WordCamp yet. The survey of 18,000 WP users revealed some interesting data, like a median hourly rate of $50 and that 6,800 of the self-employed respondents were responsible for over 170,000 sites personally.Read more →
WordCamp San Francisco changed my life. … I’ve been inspired and motivated. I want to contribute to the core code. I want to make WordPress better. How am I going to do that? I have no idea. I’m going to try and make a plugin first. I contribute to the WordPress.org forums and help where I can. I’m going to continue to communicate with the WordPress community, because honestly, there’s no better software community out there.Read more →