Archive for Tag ‘WordCamp Boston‘
Published on Sunday, July 15 2012
Slides from my WordCamp Boston 2012 talk on Why the @#!!@ isn’t WordPress a CMS:
Obviously it’ll be more useful once the video is posted, for those of you who weren’t there – I’ll add that as soon as it’s available.
Published on Monday, June 4 2012
WordCamp Boston 2012 is coming up quickly: July 13th-15th, at the Boston University George Sherman Union (same venue as 2011).
I’ll be speaking again, this time on the topic of “Why the #@*$!% isn’t WordPress a CMS?.” Why is it that WordPress doesn’t get the respect it deserves in discussions of Web Content Management platforms? How do we counter the age-old “WordPress is fine if all you need is a blog” back-handed insult?
On the other hand, are there things that WordPress could learn from the criticism? What could WordPress do as a project to make the WordPress-as-a-CMS conversation more productive and less repetitive? Where does WordPress’ blog-platform heritage show up as an architectural weakness when held up against other WCMS platforms?
Looking forward to yet another fabulous WordCamp on the Charles . . . Hope to see you there.
Published on Monday, January 16 2012
Photo by Peter Wood, cc-by-nc-nd license.
This last weekend I finally got drafted and posted Closing the Books on WordCamp Boston 2011 over on WCBOS site.
Published on Monday, July 25 2011
Here are the slides and speakerrate info for the talk I gave yesterday at WordCamp Boston.
Although the slides themselves are less entertaining without my voiceover, video from the talk will be made available – and I will link to it here as soon as I have the url.
Published on Tuesday, July 12 2011
The other major reason I haven’t been very active here in the last few months is WordCamp Boston, coming up in just under two weeks (July 23rd and 24th).
This year’s camp promises to be even bigger than last years, with content from 30+ speakers spread out over one and half days at the Boston University student union. We’ve even got a pre-conference workshop the Friday before and a reception Saturday evening at the Microsoft NERD center.
If you haven’t already got tickets, you’ve missed regular registration, but you can still get in on late registration (which just means you’re in line after the regular registration folks for lunch and T-Shirts) for just $40.