WordCamp San Francisco 2011 is over.
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Chris Coyier
Wrapup of WordCamp San Francisco 2011

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.

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Devin Reams
WordCamp San Francisco 2011 Wrap Up

The overall value is unbeatable if you’re a member of WordPress community. I had the opportunity to volunteer and help emcee the developer sessions on Saturday…

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J.R. Farr
WordCamp San Francisco 2011

It was great to finally be able to meet so many faces within the community. Many of which we see and talk to daily on Twitter. For me, it just solidified my views of the ENTIRE WordPress community being amazing and there’s not another group out there like it.

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Matt Mullenweg
State of the Word 2011

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.

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Dan Gilmore
A Conference That Changed My Brain

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.

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