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WordCamp Video Highlight 2018/03/23

This week I thought I would mix it up a little and highlight a variety of videos.

Zack Katz: The Future of WordPress

At WordCamp Denver 2017, Zack talked about both the history and the future of WordPress.

 

Sharon Ernst: 8 Ways to Keep Blogging Workshop

Sharon asks: Is your blog neglected and out-of-date? Is it at the bottom of your to-do list so never gets the attention it deserves? That makes you normal! Consistently blogging challenges most of us because we’re busy with so many other tasks. Let’s fix that. This presentation was given at WordCamp Seattle 2017.

Felix Arntz: Contributing to WordPress Core

This talk from WordCamp Noord – Nederland 2018 addresses what comes next when contributing to core: How do you spend your contributing time efficiently? How do you find access to developer groups? How do you make your ideas heard?

 

 

 

 

WordCamp Video Highlight 2016/11/18

The videos highlighted this week are geared towards getting young people involved in WordPress, blogging and programming.

As the grandfather of a 9 year old granddaughter, I find myself  talking with her parents discussing technology, internet safety, security, blogging, programming, etc.

I would love to chat with someone who is involved in a program for kids. This is something that I have on my “To Do” list for the WordPress Community Interview Series. If you know of someone or would like to chat about the it, please leave a comment!

The first video is from WordCamp Cape Town 2015. There is a local program called Code 4 Cape Town that encourages young women to become involved in technology to create a greater diversity in the South African tech industry.

Emma Dicks: Code For Cape Town

The next video comes from WordCamp Orange County 2016. It is a fact that that children are using gadgets at an earlier age every year. Tabitha talks about getting kids involved in WordPress.

Tabitha Chapman: Kids and WordPress

Presentation slides can be seen HERE.

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