Author Archives: johneckman
It’s been nearly 6 months now since WordCamp Boston 2011, so I figure its a good a time for the official wrap-up post. (OK, so it’s long overdue – I’ll spare you the obligatory blogger’s apology). In this post I’ll … Continue reading
As they are finalizing the planning over at WordCamp San Francisco, Jane Wells put out a call for the best WordCamp speakers: This is about as basic a survey as there is. Tell us the three best WordCamp presentations you … Continue reading
Interested in WordCamp Boston 2012? Whether you’re looking to volunteer at the event, help organize it, speak, sponsor, or just plain attend, we want to know!
Still more sponsor welcome message to post, day of the event. Jake Goldman from 10up sent this in today: Is it already WordCamp Boston 2011? I feel like just yesterday I was walking in the frigid cold between my hotel … Continue reading
The folks at Top Quark have put together a Sencha Touch based mobile app for WordCamp Boston, which you’ll find at: http://topquark.com/wordcamp/app/2011-boston Visit the url on your iPhone, iPad, Android device, and it should create a local, cached copy of … Continue reading
It’s especially fun to (formally) welcome Optaros today as a Silver sponsor. They were actually one of the first to sign up for WordCamp Boston 2011 (you’ve likely seen their logo in our sidebar from the beginning) and have long … Continue reading
We’re psyched to announce that VaultPress has joined our illustrious list of Silver sponsors. Paul Kim says: The VaultPress team is proud to sponsor WordCamp Boston 2011, and to be a part of the WordPress community If you’ve somehow never … Continue reading
Thought I’d share a quick map of zip codes of WordCamp Boston Attendees. Click through for an interactive map you can zoom in and out on, pan around, etc.
Welcome ZippyKid as a Gold sponsor to WordCamp Boston! Here’s what they had to say: ZippyKid is the fastest growing WordPress hosting provider. We allow you to focus on your content, not your content management system. What that means is … Continue reading
This morning we formally welcome ISITE Design as a Silver sponsor, with this guest post from Jeff Cram, Chief Strategy Officer and Co-Founder: Believe it or not, there’s an ongoing debate within the CMS industry on whether or not WordPress … Continue reading