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  • John Maeda: Keynote - Design + Inclusion
  • K.Adam White: Keynote - Democratizing Software

    K.Adam White: Keynote – Democratizing Software

    WordCamp Boston 2017Speaker: K. Adam White

    August 9, 2017 — If you ask a WordPress contributor what the project’s goal is, chances are we’ll say “to democratize publishing.” However, for over a decade the community that has grown around WordPress has been doing something even more important: our community is democratizing software itself. By creating one of the only web communities to include everybody from writers and photographers to interaction designers and senior software architects, WordPress has done what often seems impossible in Open Source software: we have built a product not just for ourselves, but for everyone. The future of WordPress rests on our ability to recognize and celebrate the spectrum of our community.

  • Carrie Dils: Keynote

    Carrie Dils: Keynote

    WordCamp Kent 2017Speaker: Carrie Dils

    July 5, 2017 — Carrie has been working with web technologies since the late 1990’s, but met and fell in love with WordPress in 2012. She works independently as a front-end developer and has a passion for educating others. She hosts OfficeHours.fm, a podcast about running a WordPress business, and teaches WordPress courses at Lynda.com. When she’s not working or attending a WordCamp, she’s hanging out with her husband and loving on her two rescue labs. She can be bribed with craft beer and candy.

  • Chris Lema: WC Raleigh Keynote

    Chris Lema: WC Raleigh Keynote

    WordCamp Raleigh 2017Speaker: Chris Lema

    June 4, 2017 — Keynote WordCamp Raleigh 2017

  • K. Adam White: Keynote – Democratizing Software

    K. Adam White: Keynote – Democratizing Software

    WordCamp Portland ME 2017Speaker: K. Adam White

    June 2, 2017 — If you ask a WordPress contributor what the project’s goal is, chances are we’ll say “to democratize publishing.” However, for over a decade the community that has grown around WordPress has been doing something even more important: our community is democratizing software itself. By creating one of the only web communities to include everybody from writers and photographers to interaction designers and senior software architects, WordPress has done what often seems impossible in Open Source software: we have built a product not just for ourselves, but for everyone. The future of WordPress rests on our ability to recognize and celebrate the spectrum of our community.

  • Stephen Carnam: Boosting Innovation (Keynote)

    Stephen Carnam: Boosting Innovation (Keynote)

    WordCamp San Diego 2017Speaker: Stephen Carnam

    May 13, 2017 — Keynote for WordCamp San Diego 2017

  • Brian Rotsztein: Keynote Address

    Brian Rotsztein: Keynote Address

    WordCamp Rochester 2016Speaker: Brian Rotsztein

    January 21, 2017 — The Path to Success with WordPress: Business, Blogging and Community

    WordPress is software like no other. Every fourth website you encounter was built using it. Creative skills are mastered with it. Businesses harness its versatility. It has the power to bring together people from diverse backgrounds. Yet to so many, it’s “just” software. As a blogger, web designer, marketer, educator, and entrepreneur since long before its existence, I’ve watched it grow into a worldwide phenomenon. My own path to success is intertwined with a decade of WordPress use. Clearly, there’s more to this software than just a free install.

  • Kori Ashton: Keynote - WordPress Nuggets

    Kori Ashton: Keynote – WordPress Nuggets

    WordCamp Dallas / Fort Worth 2016Speaker: Kori Ashton

    November 3, 2016 — WordCamp Dallas/Fort Worth 2016 Opening Remarks

  • Keynote - The Humanity Of WordPress

    Keynote – The Humanity Of WordPress

    WordCamp Pittsburgh 2016Speaker: Rich Robinkoff

    September 20, 2016 — Rich will be calling us to action in “The Humanity of WordPress,” where he explores the human side of our WordPress communities and empowers attendees to get involved to continue to make WordPress great!

  • Joe Casabona: Keynote – Open Source and the WordPress Community

    Joe Casabona: Keynote – Open Source and the WordPress Community

    WordCamp Lehigh Valley 2016Speaker: Joe Casabona

    August 25, 2016 — How to Build a Table; How to Change a Car’s Oil; How Cook a Turkey; search for these and you will find countless of YouTube videos on each of these topics. People share their knowledge in hopes that it will be helpful to others. As a result, lots of people know how to build tables, change oil, and cook turkeys. But what if that information wasn’t shared? What if only one company made all of the tables and knew how to make tables? That’s kind of how software development is, unless that software is Open Source like WordPress.

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