Last weekend we saw first WordCamp in Nagpur, it is beginning of many of the WordCamps coming up this year in India.
I was one of the speaker at WordCamp Nagpur and talked about alternate development techniques on WordPress, ie how you can do lot of common things without writing code.
— vishal mukadam (@vishalmukadam) June 25, 2017
I liked how WordCamp Nagpur had planned it’s event, with day one about workshops with three parallel tracks and special emphasis on community & contribution, while day two about talks with clear focus on users and developers.
I specifically learned three new things during the event
- Using wp-cli to take database backups and import, during Ajit Bohra’s Workshop.
- Using Composer for managing WordPress projects in git during Rahul’s talk.
- Using WordPress REST API during Tushar’s talk.
This was also the WordCamp where I went full selfie mode
Being in Nagpur meant eating Saoji, and on both days we went out for lunch to try a new Saoji restaurant, though sweets I will try next time
It was two days full of fun and learning, and I would like to thank all the organizers of WordCamp Nagpur for all the hard-work they did to host such an awesome event.