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WordPress Meetup Jeonju #1 - WordPress Overview

WordPress Meetup Jeonju #1 - WordPress Overview

https://aaron.kr/content/talks/all-you-ever-wanted-to-know-about-wordpress-in-ten-minutes-or-less/

For our first WordPress Meetup in Jeonju, here's a quick overview of WordPress. In this slide deck, I covered 4 points:

1. What is WordPress?
2. How big is WordPress?
3. Why should you care about WordPress?
4. What can you do with WordPress?

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Aaron Snowberger

January 24, 2015
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  1. None
  2. What is it? How big is it? Why should you

    care? What can you do with it?
  3. What is it?

  4. What is it?

  5. Content Management System What is it?

  6. https://tldrlegal.com/license/gnu-general-public-license-v2

  7. Mike Little Matt Mullenweg What is it?

  8. None
  9. 2003 2005 .COM 2005

  10. What is it? www.yourname.net yourname.wordpress.com

  11. How big is it?

  12. 6 0 0 0 0 , 0 0 , 0

    How big is it?
  13. 23% of top 10,000,000 How big is it?

  14. https://wordpress.com/notable-users/

  15. http://w3techs.com/technologies/history_overview/content_management/all/y

  16. Why should you care?

  17. Why should you care?

  18. it’s powerful Why should you care?

  19. Themes ~3,000 Free 4,000+ $$

  20. Plugins 35,000+

  21. it’s scalable Why should you care?

  22. 0 0 0 0 0 , 0 0 , 0

    5 one code base .COM Why should you care?
  23. Why should you care?

  24. it’s growing Why should you care?

  25. http://ma.tt/2014/10/sotw-2014/

  26. http://ma.tt/2014/10/sotw-2014/

  27. it’s comparatively easy Why should you care?

  28. http://ma.tt/2014/10/sotw-2014/

  29. http://ma.tt/2014/10/sotw-2014/

  30. Can you? Then you can -> Why should you care?

  31. Why should you care?

  32. http://chrismarlow.me/2013/07/the-dark-side-of-building-a-platform/

  33. What can you do with it?

  34. Teaching websites

  35. Schools, Hagwons, Universities

  36. Professional organizations

  37. Platform building

  38. Church websites + podcasting

  39. Portfolio websites

  40. Blogs

  41. Develop your own Themes, Plugins, Networks, Communities, Platforms, Sites

  42. What will you do with it?

  43. QA &