It was a really busy week for me. After talking at WordCamp Kyiv and then visiting Chernobyl, the very next day I traveled to Belfast to attend and talk at another “first ever WordCamp”. Northern Ireland welcomed me very well, and WordCamp Belfast was a blast.
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.
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?”
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?”
When I started to build my WordPress based blog site, with my limited knowledge of programming, I found WordPress plugins to be very useful. On WordPress Codex there is one section that covers most of the plugins that were released for WordPress. There is a difference which plugin will work with which WordPress version, so I created one list of plugins that I found very useful.