John Blackbourn, Rachel McCollin and Taco Verdonschot: Lightning Sessions

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May 31, 2016

Open source outside the realm of software

John Blackbourn

I’ll talk about how the philosophies behind open source software apply to many other areas of life too, particularly sports, health, and other areas of technology, and I’ll give some examples of it in action.

Your local meet up is only a few steps away

Taco Verdonschot

If you’ve been in the WordPress community for a while, you’ve probably heard someone say that you should really organise your own local meetup, if there isn’t one yet. Right. That’s easier said than done, isn’t it? Where to start? What do you need for a local meetup? Are people going to show up? We’ll cover the basics for getting started with your own local meetup!

Teaching WordPress to Kids: What it taught me

Rachel McCollin

I run a Code Club for 10 – 11 year olds at my son’s school and as well as teaching them Scratch, HTML and other technologies, I’ve been using WordPress to teach them how to create their own websites. In this talk I’ll share my experiences and look at what it taught me about learning WordPress and how easy (or not) it is to learn site admin with WordPress.

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WordCamp London 2016 36


John Blackbourn 18
Rachel McCollin 3
Taco Verdonschot 5


Open source 69


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