WordCamp Las Vegas 2011

I had the honor of speaking at this year WordCamp Las Vegas. I presented on Actions and Filters which were once my arch nemeses, but are now my best friends. Hosts @sdenike and @vegasgeek did such a good job putting on this year’s event.

As always it was super sweet to see all my WordPress friends – the seeds, the mobiah contingent, the binary chaps, cody, the reno-ees, the cuban twos…   And of course, I made new WordPress friends. I finally got to meet Trafton and Jason from WPEngine in person after having email, skyped and phoned with them for months. Stephanie was very sweet and diplomatic about fixing an error I had in my presentation. I met Brian and Tom at the after party and had a fun conversation about WordCamps and website designs. I had a awesome conversation about clients with The Andy Straton. Also got to discuss the all important topic of beards with Danny.

But to everyone at the event, thanks for a very positive and wonderful WordCamp!

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