WordCamps are a unique event, while still being conferences Tim and a lot of other folk share their top tips in this survival guide of sort. From clothing to the hallway track there hopefully a few tips for you as well.
Events and Talks
Tim dissects a recent talk from Steelcon, what went right and wrong.
Random Mutterings is back, with a recap of what Tim is up to and some retrospective from last month. This month it’s Rust, Typescript and site changes.
Tim writes about his recent talk at WordCamp London, its hopefully an honest post which not only guides people through his methodology but exposes many of the mistakes he made during his talk.
On Wednesday WordPress Leeds will be having our first coffee morning called Coffee and Cake it’s an informal gathering during the day open to anyone. While this is not unique Open Coffee has been around for years across the world it is rare for tech events to happen in… Read More »It’s time to get out of the pub
The food, the people, the atmosphere as well as the amazing talks, volunteers and speakers WordCamp London was a fantastic success. This is the first batch of my pictures from day 1, mostly unedited, I have another batch sitting to be edited, so if you don’t see a picture of… Read More »WordCamp London 2015 – Photos
I’m really sad to announce that I am no longer going to be speaking at WordCamp Birmingham UK. I know my appearance has been advertised via the WPUK website and from a link on the WordCamp Birmingham site. However this was published prior to the official you are accepted … Read More »Respect your conference speakers and volunteers
Tim is turning over the overlordship of WordPress Leeds, and is looking for volunteers to take over and run one of the UK oldest user groups.
WordPress Leeds is having a Dev Night on the same day as my WordPress Workshops, find out more about why you should come along and listen to our 4 great speakers on the night (after listening to me all day of course). The dev night is FREE for everyone so even if you are not coming along to the workshop you should still come.
Would you be interested in funding a WordPress video series, Tims looks at why he is struggling to get to grips with services like Patreon and taking a leap into the unknown. So he is turning to the community to help him work out if he should go for it.
Tim will be doing a one day workshop on Scaling and Managing your WordPress stacks in Leeds in September and you can grab your place today.