On Saturday, Sept. 11, I’ll be speaking at WordCamp Mid-Atlantic in Baltimore, Md. I’ll be speaking about a number of advanced WordPress APIs for plugin developers. I intend to transition quickly from one API to the next, providing quick hits and a use case or two, hopefully introducing many of them for the first time to a captivated audience. (One can hope, right?) Expect a high tempo. I’ll have a lengthy blog post prepared with further explanations and examples as well as copious links to resources.
Other speakers at WCMA (which is organized by Aaron Brazell) include Brad Williams, Scott Kingsley-Clark, Lisa Sabin-Wilson, and Jake Goldman.
On September 18, while all the cool kids are attending WordCamp Portland, I’ll be traversing only one timezone to WordCamp Birmingham in Alabama. I’ll be discussing what’s next for the WordPress project, including a look at 3.0 and a look forward to 3.1. I’ll also try to answer some questions, but Matt did a town hall Q&A here last year so I can’t really best that.
Other speakers include Sara Cannon and Dougal Campbell (both of whom I met at WordCamp Savannah last month). Literally everyone else will be at Portland, but I’m not jealous, I swear. 🙂
Want one of these awesome badges? Mid-Atlantic’s was designed by Whitmoyer and the Birmingham badge is by Sara.
7 thoughts on “September WordCamps”
Yes, Portland is looking to be quite the event.
We’d love to have you join us in Portland next year 🙂
Don’t worry Andrew, Portland’s not gonna be *that* awesome.
Ok I’m lying.
Don’t worry, we’ll have plenty of fun Saturday to make up for you missing out on Portland.
To heck with those Portland nerds! I’ll be there in Bham with you, man. 😉
We can try to get him live on Skype… after a few fizzy pops
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