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WCSF: Notes From WordCamp 2013

Sadly, I missed WordCamp this year since I was still in Japan. But I did watch the State of the Word Video: …and I have two take-aways… 1) Stats First is the statistic that I keep focusing on — because I am always using it with my clients —  how many sites use WordPress? WordPress […]

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WCSF: Notes From WordCamp 2012

  Well, this is long overdue but I finally cleaned up my notes from WordCamp. Adding custom content types: I’ve always been on the lookout for a Drupal-like “views” module for WordPress. These tools come close: Loop buddy Views and types Pods Framework: I used this one long ago but it’s evolved alot and looks […]

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WCSF: Notes from WordCamp 2011 (part 2: WordPress theme framework review site?)

One framework to rule them… One idea I had recently (and discussed with Ryan of WPCandy and others at WordCampsf2011) was to create a WordPress theme framework review site. I’d like to present this idea here and see if anyone is interested in pursuing this idea with me. There are so many frameworks out there. […]

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WCSF: Notes from WordCamp 2011

WordCampSF2011. Lots of great conversations and presentations. Here’s some notes and links… 2 apps for converting a WordPress site to a mobile app. Curiously, they both seem to come from Israeli startups. There’s an entrepreneurial flavor to the fallafel I suppose. wiziapp.com: not free and iOS only uppsite.com: Free and connects to Anroid as well […]

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Meet me @WordCamp San Francisco

I’ll be attending both DrupalCon and WordCamp in the next few weeks. WordCamp San Francisco will be held on May 1, 2010. Last year’s event was attended by over 700 people from 32 countries. via WordCamp San Francisco.

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