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My WordCamp San Francisco Experience

I was fortunate enough to attend my first WordCamp San Francisco last weekend. When I say “fortunate,” I mean that in the very truest sense of the word, for I would not have been able to go without the support from some unexpected generosity. All in all, the experience was incredible, and I wanted to share with you some of what I got out of the trip.

The sessions were terrific, and not only did I learn a lot from the likes of Mark Jaquith, Konstantin Kovshenin, Josh Broton and more, but I also learned what I still need to learn. Once things settle down with our big project at RP3, I intend to buckle down and hop on the vagrant, grunt, puppet and all the other bandwagons a solid web developer needs to be on these days.

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I’ll Be Speaking at WordCamp Baltimore

It’s official: I just landed my first speaking gig at a WordCamp, and I’m very excited!  I’ll be part of a panel with John Hartley and Gary Bacon discussing Responsive Web Design and how you can use it with WordPress.

WordCamp Baltimore will be held on Saturday, September 8, 2012 at the Maryland Science Center in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor.  Come on out!

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