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WordCamp NYC 2012 Recap

The WDS team had a great time at WordCamp NYC this year! We want to thank everyone that stepped in to bring WordCamp back to NYC after a little hiatus.  Our team has been involved in a number of WordCamps and we know that it is no small task to pull off a WordCamp, especially in a huge city like New York City.

We are really proud to say that WDS was all over the map at this years WordCamp NYC, giving SIX presentations over the two days:

 

  • Brad Williams spoke Saturday on WordPress Security and Sunday on Intro to Plugin Development.  We are especially proud to announce that Brad’s WordPress Security presentation was picked as one of the top 12 presentations by WPMU.org.
  • Eric Lewis spoke on Saturday on WordPress Rewrites.  Eric’s presentation was voted one of the most popular on Saturday and the organizers of WCNYC asked him to repeat his presentation on Sunday.  We want to congratulate Eric on putting together such a successful lecture for his first WordCamp presentation.
  • Mike Toppa spoke Saturday on Object Oriented Programming for Plugin Development. He also gave an unconference presentation on Agile Development Sunday that was highly received and ContentRobot selected it as one of the best sessions.

Thank you to everyone who made WordCamp NYC an awesome event.  We know that events like these wouldn’t be half as successful without the amazing community that surrounds WordPress!

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