Author Archives: Petya Raykovska
Did you love WordCamp Europe 2015? We did as well! That’s why we’re really happy to announce that Ticket sales for #WCEU 2016 are now open Don’t miss out on Europe’s largest WordCamp featuring high-quality content on development, design, UX, community, marketing, … Continue reading Ticket sales for WordCamp Europe 2016 are open
Missing WordCamp Europe and all your friends? Get back to Seville for a while right now thanks to Kaarel Veike and Video Partner!
And you know what else? Come join us for WordCamp Europe in Vienna – June 24-26th.
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Our amazing creative partners from Studio Netting have been working hard to bring the awesomeness of WordCamp Europe back to you. After capturing the essence of so many wceu talks last year in wonderful sketch notes, this year Ida and Kristen … Continue reading WordCamp Europe Sketches by Studio Netting
How are we improving the writing experience in WordPress? What can we do for the user to keep them better focussed on their content? I’ll talk about some improvements we did in the last few releases and what we could … Continue reading Video: Ella Iseulde Van Dorpe: Just Write #WCEU
The past three years have seen a huge increase in the number of EU laws affecting the work of web designers, developers, bloggers, and business owners. Some of them make the web a better place to be, others make our … Continue reading Video: Heather Burns: European Web Law Developments – What You Need to Know #WCEU
For only 10% of WordPress’s life have build and test tools been a part of our core repository. We have only solved 10% of the problems we can with tooling. 10% answers can kill you in software development. They’re the tip of the sword. Here’s my question: What is the next ten percent of our answer?
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As web developers, there are many considerations we have to make as we develop: for mobile, for responsive, for accessibility. I believe we can approach this in a more robust, positive, and future-proof manner by looking at capabilities rather than … Continue reading Video: Helen Hou-Sandi: Developing for Capabilities #WCEU
Learn how to make websites that comply with European laws and respect the privacy of your users. Both legal and technical issues will be examined: EU regulation, cookies and various forms of tracking, privacy-friendly alternatives, implications of social login, why … Continue reading Video: Amelia Andersdotter and Anders Jensen-Urstad: Building Privacy-Friendly Websites #WCEU
This talk reviews how people not inside the WordPress community view us. I brings some practical suggestions and solutions on how we can look outside our comfort zones, widen our knowledge circles and ensure that we learn from other communities … Continue reading Video: Jenny Wong: Bridging Communities #WCEU
Why web publishing is so broken. A short look behind the scenes of creating a new kind of editing experience of the web.