I’ve been fairly busy (and preoccupied) over the last couple of months, so I haven’t had a lot of time for blogging or for helping out with the preparations for WordCamp UK 2009 (in Cardiff on 18-19 July).
Fortunately, a number of dedicated people have spent a considerable amount of time to make the event happen.
I’m quite excited about this year’s WordCamp UK, as a number of announcements have been made in the past week or so:
- Most importantly, Tickets are on sale (organized by Joe Quinlan). I’ve booked mine already.
- The WordCamp UK 2009 blog has been launched, thanks to the efforts of Simon Wheatley and Laura Kalbag.
- It has recently been announced that Matt Mullenweg, WordPress founding developer, will be attending. (I’m assuming this came about because Tony Scott was working his magic behind the scenes, as always.)
Last year’s conference was superb, and I’d highly recommend it. It was great to get a chance to meet and learn from people that are using and developing for WordPress on a daily basis. If you do decide to attend, I’ll see you there!
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