August 9, 2012

Takeaways from 2012 WordCamp San Francisco

On Saturday, I joined my first ever WordCamp, by watching the live stream. Given how cheap it is ($10 for the live stream), I would recommend attendance to one in the future, if you have the opportunity. There’s a lot of useful information on offer, so it will be the cheapest WordPress crash course…

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