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 quick look at all the new features and additions with new version of WordPress 3.6 which was released on the 1st of August.
WordPress powers 18.9% of the web while it has over 46 million downloads and a total of 26,000 plugins on its official library. WordPress version 3.7 is expected in October while 3.8 in December.
A guide to how to go about using Disqus commenting system’s Promoted Discovery feature to show related links from around the web to make money from WordPress blog.
The official Google App Engine for WordPress plugin has been released. The plugin will override core WordPress functionality for email and uploading media. The plugin code is also available on Git.
A perspective on the evolution of the WordPress community and various WordCamps organised till date, in India.
WordPress users around the world will be celebrating the 10th anniversary of the first WordPress edition by organizing several meet-ups across the world. The anniversary falls on May 27, 2013. The meetups will take place on 27th May in many cities. If you are interested in meeting up with local WordPress enthusiasts then look up […]
Announcing BuddyPress Media review contest with prizes worth $1000, on the 10th anniversary of WordPress
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