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Women in WP Podcast

Last December, I attended WordCamp US, held in Nashville, Tennessee. As Nashville is just a little over five hours away, it didn't make sense to fly there (actually, it would...
WordCamp US

Why go to a WordCamp?

Next week is the 3rd annual WordCamp US and I'm pretty excited to go! It's my favorite conference of the year. I recently was talking to some of my nerd...
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This one time at WordCamp

I love WordCamp. This weekend, I had the opportunity to go to the second annual WordCamp US, and it was fantastic. What is WordCamp? WordCamp is a conference that's all...
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WordCamp DFW 2016 Presentation

I had the opportunity to present for WordCamp DFW, at the University of Texas, Arlington, in September and the video of the presentation is now up on WordCamp TV. Even though...
WordCamp Boston Recap

WordCamp Boston Recap

It's no secret that I like to go to WordCamps. If you don't know what WordCamp is, it's a conference about WordPress. It covers all kinds of topics, such as...
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Making Connections

When we first started our business, almost ten years ago, we were very lonely. We work from home, and we didn't know anyone else who did what we did. So...
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2015 Year in Review

This is the last week of 2015, and I'm excited to end the year and start a new one. 2016 is looking great! But first, let's talk about 2015. For...
WordCamp US 2015 Wrap Up

WordCamp US 2015 Wrap Up

This weekend I had the opportunity to attend the first ever WordCamp US. WordCamps are gatherings of WordPress users, designers, developers, and fans who get together to share and learn from...
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Dos and Don’ts for attending your first WordCamp

Tomorrow I hit the road for WordCamp US and I'm super excited. It'll be my fifth WordCamp, but my first US one. It's a big one, so I don't really...
Facing Fears

Facing Fears

Whenever I go to a WordCamp, I hear speakers encouraging attendees to speak and share. Every time I go, I think about it and think about what I might talk...