Tag Archives: WordCamp SF 2009

Google’s Matt Cutts on WordPress

Matt Cutts is the head of the webspam team at Google where he specializes in search engine optimization (SEO) issues. He is known in the webmaster and SEO community for applying Google’s Quality Guidelines. Before working in the Search Quality … Continue reading

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State of the Word from WordCamp – Part 2

If you missed it, make sure to check out State of the Word from WordCamp – Part 1. “WordPress should be invisible” was something I loved to hear Matt Mullenweg say during his “State of the Word” address at WordCamp … Continue reading

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State of the Word from WordCamp – Part 1

Matt‘s “State of the Word” address has become a staple at WordCamp’s, and now I see why. There was a lot of generic background info that’s common knowledge to anyone that knows much about WordPress. Even most of the current … Continue reading

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WordCamp San Francisco 2009

As some of you already know, I went to WordCamp San Francisco last weekend. I took the wife (who didn’t attend WordCamp, but did come to the party) and had a great time taking in some of “The City” in … Continue reading

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Why BuddyPress

For those that don’t know, BuddyPress is a plugin (or more accurately a suite of about 12 plugins) for WordPress MU (Multi-user) that turns it into a social network. My first thought when I heard about BuddyPress was “neat” immediately … Continue reading

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WordCamp San Francisco 2009

I’m going to be heading out to the airport in just a few minutes to catch a flight to San Francisco for my first WordCamp. I’ll admit that while I’m excited about the event I’m also really curious about the … Continue reading

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