August 4, 2012
What did I learn at WordCamp SF 2012? So much. I knew that I wasn’t going to remember much of it, so I decided to take notes.
I have a lot of notes.
To fully understand what was discussed by the various speakers, you would have to have watched their presentations yourself. So, I’m not going to bother trying to explain everything that I learned.
For a full list of what was discussed, look no further than the conference’s schedule.
People from several different organization were there, talking about code practices, ways of using WordPress, and even how to reach the zen of development. I learned so many things today, and many of them were great. So many great quotes were said as well.
There was the talk about maintaining clean code and making your website ready for mobile devices. Those were to be expected.
Some of what I didn’t expect was the talk about integrating WordPress with business, the portion of a talk about how we need to be aware of the different requirement for Retina devices, and the story at the end about the P2 theme. There were other very interesting talk, but those listed talks are what really gave me that one thing to take away.
I am sad, though, that I wasn’t able to be there in person. I could only imagine the atmosphere of having so many WordPress developers and enthusiasts in one building. I do hope that I will be able to attend one soon. I think I’d love it there.
Now that my nerdgasm has subsided, I’ll have to go back and review my notes. So much awesomeness in one software package.