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WordCamp San Francisco

You may have thought that the fun stopped after our St. Louis meetup, but you’d be wrong. A handful of us, myself included of course, immediately boarded a plane on the last day of our meetup bound for San Francisco, California to volunteer with more of our fellow Automatticians at WordCamp San Francisco.

WordCamp San Francisco is often thought of as the annual WordPress convention, and this year proved that to be no exaggeration. Thousands of people, from new users to developers alike, travelled from across the globe to attend all three days. The highlights for me definitely had to be meeting more of my co-workers and helping about eighty folks use WordPress for the first time in two workshops run by Happiness Engineer Andrew Spittle.

This was pretty much the end for my poor little camera, but I did manage to get a few decent shots off of it. For more photos, check out my wcsf2011 tag, and keep your eyes on WordPress.tv’s WCSF section for regularly added videos from this year’s WordCamp San Francisco.

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State of the Word, 2011

Just in case you weren’t able to attend WordCamp San Francisco this year, here’s Matt Mullenweg with the State of the Word, showcasing some great moments from WordPress’s past with some great plans for its future.

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The Mattnote

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Matt Mullenweg with the State of the Word at WordCamp San Francisco 2011.

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Chocolate Cake

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From Crossroads Cafe in San Francisco.

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WordPress New User Workshop

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At the Automattic pier, day one of WordCamp San Francisco.