WordCamp San Diego is always a fun event to attend, and this year was no different. I was excited to attend as a speaker this year and discussed Why Good Developers Don’t Ignore Multisite. I talked about growing as a developer, and places where utilizing and understanding Multisite can help fast-track your WordPress skills. Diving into #Wordpress multisite […]
It was a blur, it really was. Looking at my posts, I am incredibly far behind… but considering the digital life I live sometimes it’s nice to know I was so busy enjoying life beyond the screen that I miss a blog post… or five. I’m going to try to cover through fall and winter 2016 so in the […]
I had a New York City trip on my mind in 2016 for a variety of reasons: visit FanSided’s parent company offices, attend a WordCamp, and sight-see a bit since I hadn’t been to New York in nearly 8 years. Simply put, there wasn’t just one highlight. Not only was the WordCamp itself a fantastic experience between the people […]
It’s been just under three weeks since WordCamp Los Angeles 2015 came to an end, but life has been crazy lately so naturally I was convinced when I went to write this post that at least a month had passed. Things have been moving with that car I wrote about last month, we moved into a new office on […]
This June I made a trip back east to Pennsylvania to speak at WordCamp Philadelphia and to visit family in Pittsburgh. It was a whirlwind, as these trips tend to be, but I’m so glad I got to spend some time in my home state visiting old friends and meeting new ones. WordCamp Philly I swear I […]
I spoke about Sass, a CSS pre-processor, and why I love it at WordCamp Philadelphia 2015. Below is my talk that can be found on wordpress.tv, as well as the accompanying slides.
This past weekend I was able to make the drive from Phoenix to beautiful California to attend WordCamp San Diego. As with every WordCamp experience, the other attendees were really the highlight of the event. I got to catch up with friends and got to meet and chat with some incredibly intelligent, insightful people. I ended up bringing […]
WordCamp Columbus was another fun, informative event where I met a lot of great people that are a part of the WordPress community. I got my camera out for some photos of the Saturday sessions (when I wasn’t speaking on an impromptu panel :) ) and also snapped a few around downtown Columbus – specifically Goodale Park.
I spent most of the time at WordCamp Seattle learning in sessions, chatting with friends, and meeting a lot of new, incredibly intelligent people that are a part of the WordPress community. I was so busy taking it all in, I didn’t take my camera out until I went out to explore downtown Seattle (and most of […]