WordCamp US 2022 (WCUS), returned to an in-person conference after a two-year break due to COVID-19. Hosted in San Diego, California, WordPress enthusiasts around the country were excited to return and connect over all subjects related to WordPress.Continue reading –>
InMotion Hosting is excited to announce their Travel Scholarship Program for WordCamp US 2022
After two years of virtual WordCamps, WordCamp US (WCUS) will be live and in-person this year! Events like WordCamp are a great way to build skills and connect with people who truly understand the WordPress projects and problems you’re working on every day. We know that conference travel costs can hinder people from attending events like WordCamp. So we’re excited to announce our 2022 WCUS Travel Scholarship Program, designed to help you join us in San Diego this year!Continue reading –>
InMotion Hosting believes that diversity and inclusion belong in open source communities. It’s no secret that when diverse groups of people come together, great ideas are born. In support of our commitment to diversity, we are proud to follow suit with MasterWP in providing travel scholarships to WordCamp US 2022.Continue reading –>
2020 will have to go down in history as a year defined less by a pandemic but more by raw hours of uninterrupted screen time. And while it’s easy to fill all that time with streaming entertainment, people across the globe have chosen to spend those eye-watering hours improving themselves by learning and honing their skills.Continue reading –>
InMotion Hosting is heading to Tampa, Florida to attend the 3rd annual JoomlaDay! We proudly sponsor this event and will send our very own Brand Evangelist, MikeDemo, to speak and network with other Joomla experts. This year, the event takes place in the heart of Tampa’s Historic Latin Quarter, at the Ybor City Campus. Continue reading –>
WordCamp Baltimore was my first traveling foray into the world of WordPress enthusiast user groups. I’ve been to many conventions and helped to host user groups, but WordCamps are in a class all their own. WordCamps are held worldwide and can vary from a small group of people to a large group numbering in the thousands. This Baltimore trip was more in the size of a smaller group but it was still a great event to attend. It was the first opportunity for the Community Support team to travel together as well. Our group of six included a member of our sales team (Danny), and most of the Community Support team from Virginia Beach – John Paul, Scott, Tim Sisson (Tim S.), Tim Elsass (Tim L.) and myself. Our manager, Tim S., was the chauffeur for the trip graciously putting up with a bunch of restless guys in the five hour trip there and back.
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So I just got back from WordCamp Miami, held the past weekend at Florida International University. It was one of the best, most well organized WordCamps I’ve ever attended. Kudos, to a new friend David Bisset for organizing such a good event. Continue reading –>
I had the opportunity to go to DrupalCon 2015 in Los Angeles this past week. It was my second DrupalCon, my first one being in Portland in 2013. I was very excited to make the trip to see how the Drupal community has grown and what changes were made since my last visit.Continue reading –>
Now that I have caught up after missing my connector Sunday forcing travel into Monday, thank you American Airlines; I now have time to write about how my first WordCamp went in St. Louis. I chose St. Louis for two reasons; one is that it is where I grew up and I have friends and family in the area I was able to stay with, and two was that it is one of the bigger WordCamps with over 300 people in attendance this year. I was one of the more than 175 newbies or first-timers to a WordCamp. WordCamp St. Louis 2015 was hosted on the campus of Washington University. This was nice because it allowed me to relive my youth around UCity and for attendees to see more eclectic parts of St. Louis.
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— Jeff Matson (@TheJeffMatson) March 1, 2015
This was my first WordCamp. I’ve been to plenty of business development conferences over the years and really expected this to be much of the same. Let me go on record… I was wrong! WordPress and WordCamp in particular is about community. Thats what makes WordPress so great! The vibe was informal and inviting. It was literally for everyone, whether you were a core contributor or a brand new user. I was lucky enough to spend my friday night hanging out at the Speaker Sponsor Dinner. Typically, its for, well, speakers and sponsors and I was neither, however my travel companion was a speaker.
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