WordCamp Vancouver 2014 was a great success this weekend. We want to give a number of thanks and share a few things with you as a way to recap the event.
First off, we’d like to give another huge thanks to all of our sponsors. Without their generous support, WordCamp simply wouldn’t be possible.
WordCamp Pillars: Bluehost and Wiredtree
WordCamp Champions: Code Poet, DreamHost and PlanetHoster
WordCamp Accomplice: WPML
Venue sponsor: BCIT
English Bay sponsors: Forge & Smith, Jukebox Print, Lynda.com, KIMBODESIGN, Washington State University, Creative Mornings and Sparkjoy Studios
False Creek: Swanton Design, iWitness Design, IvyCat and Checkfront
Additionally, a huge props to all of the volunteers and speakers. Their involvement is crucial to making WordCamp Vancouver the quality event that we’ve had since we started a few years ago.
Finally, we’d like to thank everyone who attended WordCamp Vancouver 2014 over the weekend. Without your presence and enthusiasm, we, the organizers wouldn’t be putting this together. So thank you, thank you, thank you!
Our volunteer photographer Wendy Crumpler took a series of great pictures. You can find them here: https://plus.google.com/photos/104922361296609891454/albums/6040770007690005441?authkey=CJmhx8G6yLKnvwE — thank you Wendy!
If you missed a talk you really wanted to see, or just wanted to take another look at a code example or another detail, we’re pleased to let you know that all of the talks were recorded and will be published on WordPress.tv within the next few weeks. We’ll send everyone an email once those videos are available. In addition, all of our speakers have shared their presentation slides with us. You can grab them here:
Getting Started With Unit Tests
How To Build A Custom Widget
Tips for writing secure plugins and themes
Functions.php And How To Quit It
Future Responsive Today – Embracing mobile-first with <picture> and FlexBox
WP <3 Elasticsearch
WordPress Single Page Web Apps
Advanced Custom Fields – Beyond the basics (lightning talk)
Introduction to the command line (lightning talk)
Responsive web development made easy with CSS and the mobble plugin (lightning talk)
How to create your own robot (lightning talk)
So you still cowboy code your infrastructure…
Magic with CSS Pseudo-Selectors
Accessibility with CSS: Making websites better for everyone
wp.awesome! WordPress JS helpers
Finally, since WordCamp Vancouver is run as a non-profit event under the WordPress foundation’s umbrella, we’d like to share our final budget numbers with the community. This is just another step by which the WordPress community demonstrates its openness and transparency:
Please let us know if you have any questions here in the comments or email us at email@example.com.
We’ll be holding another WordCamp Vancouver in 2015 — no plans yet, but we’ll keep you posted!