Mumbai will host it’s second WordCamp (first one was in 2012) this weekend (15-16 March, 2014). I have attended a few WordCamps and they usually end up being informative and a lot of fun.
An quick analysis of how the WordCamp and by extension WordPress community in India is still nascent and needs to stop being just a talent pool for companies but also become a thriving community.
A perspective on the evolution of the WordPress community and various WordCamps organised till date, in India.
A quick look at what is going right with WordCamps being held in India and also what is lacking at such events. Also a list of helpful links for WordPress event organizers.
Last year, the WordPress conference called WordCamp was held in Jabalpur, India. Despite Jabalpur being a smaller town compared to the big metros in India, it was a well attended and a successful WordCamp. This year, WordCamp is taking place in Mumbai on October 20-21, 2012. What will happen at WordCamp Mumbai? The event mainly […]
Something interesting happened in India for the WordPress community a week before Diwali holidays. A WordCamp was organized and it was not in one of bigger cities but in a smaller town of Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh. We decided to catch up with Gaurav Singh who headed the organizing committee of WordCamp Jabalpur 2011 and ask him questions […]