April 19, 2017 — Association WordPress Paris regularly organizes meetups in Paris. This time, the meetup takes place at Remix CoWorking. Before the presentations, one of the members of the association, Mathieu Viet, makes an announcement: WordCamp Europe (in Paris, this year) is approaching and Mathieu (who is in charge of the organization of Contributor’s day) tells the audience about this special day. What is it? How they can register etc…
December 6, 2016 — Version 4.7 of WordPress, named “Vaughan” in honor of jazz vocalist Sarah “Sassy” Vaughan, is available for download or update in your WordPress dashboard. New features in 4.7 make it easier to set up your site the way you want it.
October 27, 2016 — All businesses and stories start as a idea. WordPress is a democratized platform for that inspiration, where ideas are empowered to evolve into meaningful products and stories that shape and create the world we want.
October 3, 2016 — Talk about principles that WordPress plugin developers should keep in mind.
August 16, 2016 — Version 4.6 of WordPress, named “Pepper” in honor of jazz saxophonist Pepper Adams, is available for download or update in your WordPress dashboard. New features in 4.6 make gets you where you need to go faster, whether you’re adding a theme, updating your site’s plugins, or navigating the WordPress Dashboard.
June 25, 2016 — Direct from the stage of WordCamp Europe 2016, enjoy this interview and Q&A session with WordPress founder Matt Mullenweg
April 12, 2016 — Version 4.5 of WordPress, named “Coleman” in honor of jazz saxophonist Coleman Hawkins, is available for download or update in your WordPress dashboard. New features in 4.5 help streamline your workflow, whether you’re writing or building your site.
March 29, 2016 — When you submit a plugin, it seems to fall into a big black box. Then, suddenly, you get an email telling you things that are incorrect and need some attention. What actually happens is at once incredibly simple and painstakingly annoying. I should know. I do it every single day. And I’m here to help you understand what it is.
February 3, 2016 — What would happen if schools were powered by free and open source software? What if students were trusted and given the freedom to explore and experiment with their school-issued devices?
The results may surprise you.
Free and open source software has fueled Penn Manor School District’s classrooms for over a decade. The strategy culminated in a high school 1:1 learning program, where students received 1700 school-supplied laptops exclusively loaded with Linux and open source software.
Charlie will tell the unusual story of how Penn Manor applied open source principles to better prepare students for college, careers and beyond.
Central to the program is a student apprenticeship, where high school students form the core of a sophisticated help desk team, and write code used by their peers everyday.