WordCamp New York City 2009

November 14–15, 2009
...was awesome!

WordCampNYC brought together the New York community of WordPress-loving bloggers and developers.

With over 50 speakers, 8 session tracks, and 2 days of pure WordPress awesome, this was one of the largest WordCamps ever!

WordCamp NYC 2010 will be October 16-17 at Baruch College. Check out the new site!

WordCampNYC Finances (or, Ode to WordCamp Organizers)

By now, I’m sure you’ve heard the amazing news: WordCampNYC was able to donate $28,069.25 to the newly formed WordPress Foundation! In hindsight, this is quite remarkable, considering we were in the red, at least on paper, for most of last year. Planning a WordCamp is incredibly hard work, and equally rewarding, but when you’re […]

Show Me the Money!

WordCamps take a lot of effort to produce, and NYC was no exception. With 8 content tracks, around 60 speakers and over 700 attendees, I think everyone who came was aware of how big an effort it was to produce WordCamp NYC. We were pretty happy with the event, though there are always things you […]

Final Shirts

Hey everyone. Sorry this took so long, I got sidetracked by a car wreck and the flu. Shirts! While most people got their WordCampNYC shirts at the event, there were a few people who did not because we ran out of their size. If you were one of these people, please email me today so […]

Lightning Round Speakers

A few people have asked that I publish the names of the lightning round speakers from Sunday afternoon at mason Hall. I guess they were a little too lightning fast when they introduced themselves! Here’s the list: Round 1 Andy Peatling: Intro to BuddyPress John Hawkins: Canonical Plugins Lin Chen: Harvard Gazette (CMS Use) Jeremy […]

Fifty Sites, Ten Months, One WordPress CMS

Want to find out how to take WordPress beyond blogging and use it to publish a full-fledged, media-rich website? Dan Goldman and Jamie Trowbridge discussed how WNET.ORG (Channel Thirteen in NYC) and Tierra Innovation, a leading strategy, design and technology firm based in NYC, collaborated to customize WordPress Multi-User as a CMS for WNET.ORG’s network […]

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