April 2, 2020 — WordPress has come a long way from its humble beginning. Many of us have come a long way since our own humble beginnings with WordPress. WordPress enters our lives and we never look back. Together, we will explore all that WordPress has to offer. Whether you are a blogger, freelancer, or small business owner, you will discover how you can connect and grow within the WordPress community, and how to get the most from your WordPress—and WordCamp Seattle 2019—experience.
August 8, 2019 — The team at WordCamp Asheville is thrilled to announce our 2019 keynote speaker – Chris Lema. Chris not only brings expertise, talent, and skill to his work and the stage, he also brings strategic vision, authenticity, and straight talk. Get ready to learn and be inspired.
Read more about our 2019 WordCamp Asheville keynote.
June 19, 2019 — Keynote
April 7, 2019 — The Verbal Remedy website has WordPress at its heart. With up to 50 blog post submissions per month on everything from feminism to sexual health, we need a theme that gives our words the impact they deserve and a dashboard that means we can create posts effectively as a remote editorial team.
As Verbal Remedy’s founder I’ve watched the platform grow over the past four years from a tiny Tumblr site to a fully integrated WordPress creation with a strong presence in the North East of England. I’d love to be able to share what I’ve learnt along the way.
I’ll talk about:
– Why we chose WordPress for our website
– How starting a blog can create social change
– How to handle tough issues when blogging
– How your blog can create a buzz offline, too
February 27, 2019 — Everyone wants to talk about The Future of stuff, but we don’t exactly have fusion reactors in the back of our flying cars yet, do we? Instead, I’m going to make realistic predictions about the truest and most obvious futures of WordPress, plugins, tools, and services – the things we will absolutely need to do together to make the next 15 years better than the first.
January 19, 2019 — What does the future hold for WordPress, as a platform and as a community?
Will we see continued growth, from ~24% of the web to 50%? Will the REST API enable a whole new generation of powerful interfaces to content stored and managed by WordPress? Will Skynet become self-aware as a side effect of the introduction of Emoji? Will the customizer lead to a totalitarian state? Will we all join hands and sing “I’d like to teach the world to sing, in perfect harmony”?
Through the lens of various 19th, 20th, and 21st century utopias and dystopias, we’ll look at what the future has in store for WordPress, and what you can do to make it happen (or stop it).
January 11, 2019 — It starts with the editor, but why is WordPress going on this journey? Explore the reasons, where it’s come from, what challenges lie ahead and the route planned. Along the way learn why directions were taken and why this course needs to be set for the future of WordPress.