WordCamp is an annual conference held in different countries around the world where Wordpress enthusiasts and experts meet to discuss blogging, talk about the web, and geek out over their favorite CMS (content management system). The Philippines has a WordCamp every year now, but for I missed the registration deadline last year, so I wasn’t able to attend last year. I sword I’d try again this year, and managed to get in. Registration closed months before the event, and I got put on a waitlist, but enough people backed out (thank you!) that there some slots were made available. So yeah, Wordcamp Philippines 2010 last October 2 was my first!
After missing the registration window for WordCamp last year, I was finally able to get in this year (thanks to all those who cancelled their registrations and allowed us waitlisters to get in, yay!). The talks were mostly excellent, and I learned a whole lot of new things about server optimization, CMS, blogging ethics, and social networking, among others. Also, I got to meet Matt Mullenweg, the founding developer of WordPress.
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Finally, I got myself a spot. Whew! Missed it last year, you see.
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