What a weekend! WordCamp Phoenix 2013 was a massive success. Hundreds of WordPress-loving (or -curious) folks sat in on expert presentations, got help at the Rockstar Bar, shared a meal, and partied together. Friendships were forged, connections were made, WordPress installations were secured—more happened than one fella can recount.
In my intro post, I covered the basic structure of each day, and then liveblogged the entire weekend, capturing snippets that caught my attention. Aside from the usual recap posts about the weekend, some other great items to check out are the official photographer’s initial shots (in which I’m caught drinking coffee and tweeting), some WPwatercooler episodes about WCPHX, and the #WCPHX hashtag on Twitter (which managed to trend, apparently). You can also grab most of the presenters’ slides by clicking through the schedule.
In short, I’m grateful and humbled to have had the chance to meet some WordPress folks local to the southwestern United States (along with fellow travelers from afar) and to be your WP Daily correspondent. I’ll leave you with a few of my amateurish photos (with the exception of @timhilcove‘s Instagram shot).
See you at the next WordCamp!