“The number of seeds you plant is different from the number of seeds that grow.”
The story of how we took WordCamp Santa Clarita from postponed to online in nineteen days. On with the show, this is it We had a very big decision to make. Upon receiving word that we had the green light to go to a live stream format for our postponed WordCamp Santa Clarita event. Go […]
So you’re thinking of submitting a topic at an upcoming WordCamp? I’m often encouraging our Meetup members or other dynamic speakers to speak and share their gifts with the WordPress Community. As we approach the opening of our Call for Speakers at WordCamp Santa Clarita, I wanted to share tips on applying for consideration that […]
I realized it when stuck in late-night traffic on one of the mega-interchanges in the farthest reaches of Southern California fresh coffee spilled on my lap. “Joe, start a WordPress Community closer to home and you’d be in bed by 10:30 pm” instead of making a decision on which off-ramp to take at the El […]
With the holiday season in full throttle and you’re in full nap mode by now, here’s my Spotify list of music for the season by WordPress Core Jazz Giants.
Giving back by presenting to a great WordPress Community Although a 100-mile drive from the northern valleys of LA County from Santa Clarita southeast to SolarMax for WordCamp Riverside 2019, it was well worth it. Most importantly, supporting Lead Organizer Joshua Knappe, his team, and the other Southern California WordCamps is key. As I took […]
A look back at my whirlwind week in the WordPress Community Like that large blackbird sitting on the streetlight outside my bedroom window each morning, a Google Flights notification to St. Louis greeted me each morning. Possibilities with serious doubts were chirping at me constantly. After all the event was less than a week away! […]
Heading home to Michigan meant reconnecting with ‘old friends’ and returning to WordCamp Grand Rapids allowed me to reconnect with some great people I met during the past two years of my journey back into WordPress.
CHIT CHAT: The first WordCamp north of Los Angeles (#WCLAX) and south of Sacrament (#WCSAC) since 2014. We’re the fifth annual WordCamp in Southern California. Here’s a look back at chatter on Twitter surrounding the event.
I dreamed of this day. Like the phantom pain that first appeared in my left arm, then my right, and chest that my doctors couldn’t diagnose for five years, suddenly materializing in an instant- WordCamp Santa Clarita presented itself to the WordPress Community April 5-6, 2019.
“A dream you dream alone is only a dream, but a dream you dream together is reality.” John Lennon