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.
December 12, 2015 — Take advantage of the resources online and the local community to learn how to build a WordPress site that can promote a product/service, raise awareness of a cause, or simply entertain the masses.
October 3, 2015 — Keynote from WordCamp Rhode Island 2015
Jesse Friedman has been building websites for 17 years, and exclusively with WordPress since 2006. Since then he has written several books, taught 100’s of students as a professor, and organized dozens of local meetups along with a few WordCamps. He has spoken at tech conferences worldwide and has utilized his expertise as a consultant for small agencies and billion dollar international companies. Today he’s a proud team member of Jetpack at Automattic.
September 23, 2015 — There is incredible power in knowing the story you’re in, and how to manage it. The brand you develop will impact your pricing, your positioning, and your prospective market. Come hear Chris Lema’s take on branding – specifically in the WordPress ecosystem – and how you can leverage the power of story in your marketing, sales, product announcements, and blog.
August 3, 2015 — When I started making websites 7 years ago, WordPress was the hip new thing all the cool kids were using. So I used it too.
But then time went by, and the web changed. The tools and techniques that I used changed too. I moved away from WordPress.
Now I’m back. Let me show you why I’ve returned, and why I believe that what WordPress has become over the last 7 years has ensured its continued success.
July 4, 2015 — The co-founder of WordPress Matt Mullenweg answers questions at the third WordCamp Europe on June 26th, 2015 in Seville, Spain.