One great WordCamp, indeed.
I learned about Ian Stewart’s journey from utter WordPress “noob” to member (lead?) of the Automattic Theme Team.
I learned that there are still seven or eight things I don’t know about WordPress, courtesy of Sheri Bigelow.
I learned from tri.be’s Peter Chester how to fix WordPress when it’s slow (Find the slowest thing; fix it; rinse and repeat).
I taught an intimidatingly full room of people that WordPress Multisite isn’t really all that scary.
I learned from Reid Peifer about how you should manage a distributed team (final rule: GIVE A CRAP).
And I learned from Dave Pensato that while WordPress is awesome, it could probably be more awesome still. (Blinky FTW.)
Then I had some snacks and went to visit my family. A good day all around.
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Thanks for coming out and speaking, Patrick. It was a lot of fun.
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