WordCamp Fraser Valley returns for its 3rd year of talks and workshops in Surrey on November 20th, 2010. WordPress is the top blogging platform in the world however it is also used to power millions of websites that you visit each and every day. Its endless theme and plugin capabilities make it one of the […]
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This weekend we hosted WordCamp Vancouver at the Museum of Vancouver. This is my second time co-organizing a WordCamp and it was a lot of fun to put together.
Over the last few weeks my company, sixty4media, has themed, coded, and tweaked quite a few WordPress sites (and even more over the years before we even had the company). I am often asked what I use to code or theme so here are some of the tools that make my life a whole lot […]
I really enjoyed talking about all things WordPress during the morning and afternoon sessions of BarCamp that past weekend. I want to thank the BarCamp organizers for arranging such an amazing space for WordCamp and for allowing us to run this mini-camp in tandem. Also many thanks go to the presenters, along with Duane and […]
Photo credit: Raul on Flickr Walking in to the Cascades Casino in Langley we were turned away immediately. No to worry though, we were actually just redirected to the Coast Hotel around back. We’re sitting in a pretty majestic ballroom with a swanky setup – microphone, projectors, little bitty notepads with the hotel logo on […]
It’s only been a few month since the release of 2.5 but the bigger, better WordPress 2.6 is now out and Tyner is ready for your download or upgrade almost a month ahead of schedule. Big features include: Wiki-like tracking of edits, Post from wherever you are on the web, Turbo-speed your blogging (with Google […]