A week in Ukraine for the first WordCamp Kyiv

I like to travel, visit new places and meet new, interesting people. WordCamp Kyiv was my 6th WordCamp this year, and the 4th I’ve been speaking at. Since I try to have at least 2 different talks each year, I applied to Kyiv with two talks, and a new one about accessibility got accepted. While really looking forward to meet new people I didn’t know what can I expect from Ukraine. But the thing is – Ukraine is amazing.

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Takeaways from WordCamp Europe 2016

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.

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Another year, another WordCamp Belgrade

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.

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5 reasons you have to apply to talk at WordCamp Europe

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.

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