WordCamp Minneapolis came and went over the weekend at Minneapolis Community and Technical College (MCTC) on Saturday and the Minneapolis Central Library on Sunday, which was geared exclusively towards BuddyPress.
The event consisted of three tracks focused on Business, Technology, and Education, with a range of speakers sourced from both the local and national scene. Focusing on “everything WordPress,” sessions varied from ways to measure site performance, design responsiveness, and plugins — to earning a living as a WordPress freelancer.
Volunteer and sponsor David Skarjune says he enjoys WordCamps because “They attract the people who really want to be there and no one is ever trying to rush you in and sit you down with an agenda.”
There were over 500 total participants between the two days and Doran intends to expand capacity more for next year. “With a full year to work with, we can pace the planning, make improvements and handle more participants.”
“There are bloggers, small business owners, non-profits, Fortune 500 companies, you name it. WordPress is massive and it’s great to see an annual WordCamp back in action here in Minnesota,” he added.