We tried not one but two experiments this year: specifying an overarching theme, "permanence", and requiring applications to be submitted by video. It’s working out awesomely. Earlier this week, we announced our primary lineup of speakers. I suppose it’s a given because I’m the speaker… Continue reading →
We did a second pass at our code review meetup — last night turned out much better than the first. The high point for me: most of the “presentation” was, in fact, discussion. The latter proved to be way more valuable for everyone, as most… Continue reading →
Code With Me, a two day introduction to HTML/CSS/jQuery for journalists, came to Portland last weekend. Even though it was beautiful weather outside, forty students and twenty mentors gathered deep within The Oregonian to improve their digital chops. Just think a bit on those numbers… Continue reading →
WordCamp Portland 2013 Call for Speakers. Git yer video applications in.
Hitting up Write The Docs for the next two days. Considering it’s only four blocks away, it already has serious points towards its awesomeness.
Conference goal: obtain necessary ideas to get the WordPress Plugin Developer handbook back on track.
Code With Me, an affordable, two-day introduction to HTML / CSS / jQuery for tech-savvy journalists, is coming to Portland! Even better: a two to one student to mentor ratio means you’ll never get stuck or lost. Applications to attend are due this coming Saturday,… Continue reading →
This week I’m at Webstock, a lovely conference in New Zealand. I’m doing my best to write little blog posts about the amazing presentations. Please forgive any typos, etc. If you’re here too, come write a haiku at Automattic’s booth. Karen McGrane has made a career… Continue reading →