WordCamp Netherlands

Last month I traveled to Europe to speak at WordCamp Netherlands in Utrecht. It was a great experience and I had the chance to meet a number of awesome WordPress developers and users.

I’ve forgotten to post my presentation until now, so here it is. The video of the talk should be online soon enough. I’m excited about that, because despite giving somewhere around two-dozen presentations since August, none of them have been successfully recorded yet. I’d really like to watch it and study how I can improve.

My favorite talk at NL was one on designing for WordPress (and how decisions are made) by my friend John O’Nolan. I’m really excited to see his posted as well.

My main presentation was on what’s next for WordPress. (I gave the same talk in WordCamp Philadelphia the week before.) For my developer talk on APIs, see my post from WordCamp Mid-Atlantic.


There’s also some great photos of the event on Flickr. The pool has more than 900 photos, and I’m also in a fair number of them.

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Andrew Nacin

Lead developer of WordPress, living in Washington, D.C. Follow me on Twitter.

2 thoughts on “WordCamp Netherlands”

  1. Thanks again, Nacin, for stopping by at our WordCamp! I really enjoyed your talk on the (hidden) APIs, was a real eye opener for most of the people in the audience! 🙂

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