This past weekend was WordCamp Atlanta. This was my first time attending, as well as my first time staying in the city. While the city itself wasn’t quite as pedestrian friendly in places as I’d have liked it to be, and those legendary potholes really do exist, the conference was excellent.
Throughout the weekend I was reminded of why I do what I do, which is to help others do what they want. My goal is to make useful back-end interfaces and features to let people build websites without having to worry about code. My work in training and teaching, as well as one on one support like I did a few hours of at the Happiness Bar, reminds me that just because I’ve been working with the platform for years, WordPress is fully featured enough that not every technique is obvious or intuitive. Continue reading “WordCamp Atlanta 2013 Roundup”