The biggest WordCamp in the world (to date) is over. During three days of learning, meeting new people, partying and contributing, everyone found something for themselves. New friendships arose from people that have never seen each other in person but are connected with the love for an open source project that changed (and is still changing) the world – WordPress.
When I was a little kid I didn’t know what to be when I grow up. I thought of myself as a pilot, firemen or astronaut. Sometimes, I wanted to drive race cars or be the one who drives a super-fast train.
Maybe I’m biased when it comes to the Serbian community. I don’t know. I know these people for quite some time now and I know the amount of work they put into organizing events and eventually – annual WordCamp. WordCamp Belgrade 2016 is the second WordCamp in Belgrade and this year it was even bigger with more attendees and more talks in two tracks. Last year I was only attending but this year I prepared a talk.
So, WordCamp London 2016 finished yesterday and it was a blast – like WordCamps usually are. An amazing organizing team and volunteers, valuable sponsors and finally – inspired audience, for three days of talks and contributing. Every talk I went was really good and I’m sorry I missed couple of them that were overlapping or I simply couldn’t make it. Continue reading WordCamp London 2016 Recap
To me – WordPress always meant freedom to publish anything. From 2005. it helped me make a living and what’s even more important – it grew with me. 10 years later, in 2015., we were approached to build a new website for the City of Rijeka on WordPress. Continue reading Can WordPress change the political transparency of an entire country?
This article was first published on Netokracija (leading south–european technology blog) in Croatian, but decided to publish it here as well, since I believe these are unique reasons for applying to speak at WCEU.
So, you’re working with WordPress. Professionally. Individually or as part of an agency? Did you think of applying to speak at WordCamp Europe? No? Read on. Continue reading 5 reasons you have to apply to talk at WordCamp Europe
An event celebrating World Information Architecture Day was held in Zagreb, Croatia, last saturday. This event (organized by croatian agency UX Passion) gathered around 60 attendees from all around Croatia, eager to learn something new about IA, UX, web design, mobile, … Continue reading 1. World Information Architecture Day in Croatia
I would like to tell you a story about how couple of us started Croatian WordPress Community. It all began couple of months ago when three of us went to WordCamp Europe. Off course, building a community was something we thought about long before, but after WordCamp we made a decision to make the next step.
I used this article to write down some moments and thoughts that I had while being one of the organizers of Croatian WordPress Community. Learn how to build a WordPress community with a story on how we started Croatian WordPress community. Continue reading How to build a WordPress community?