WordCamp US Experience Sharing & What's next for WordPress in 2016

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December 16, 2015

WordCamp US Experience Sharing & What's next for WordPress in 2016

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Jon Ang

December 16, 2015
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    Every year, there is a WordPress Community Summit that brings

    in the whole WordPress team to a single location to drive WP forward through the next year
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    Backwards Compatibility & User Trust • The leftover code in

    WordPress to retain backwards compatibility doesn’t slow it down • If you’re using latest techniques, none of those code even run • The only thing it does is basically take up bytes of space on your hardisk • With all that however, knowing that you will be able to upgrade safely creates a strong user trust. • This trust is the basis of the growth of WordPress
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    When 25% of the internet uses something, browsers, tech giants

    and other entities simply cannot ignore it
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    What can I do at WordCamp • Learn • Get

    Help • Connect • Collaborate
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    Closing • Our Next Meetup will likely be in January

    • We would love to have some JavaScript experts giving a talk • We are also looking for speakers to give talks on other subjects such as – Development – Design – Content Creation – SEO – Social Media [ 59 ]
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    [ 60 ] Thank you Jon Ang @Kenshino You can

    see videos of the talks of WCUS and other WordCamps / Meetups at WordPress.tv Photo Credits Found Art Photography, Kari Leigh Marucchi GoldStein Media, Seth M Goldstein