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by Isaac Keyet
We’re becoming increasingly mobile. Big companies talk about the post-PC era, but the truth is we’ve always been mobile, we just have more possibilities now than ever before.
There have been official, open source WordPress apps for over 4 years. We’ve come a long way since the first iPhone was introduced, now it’s time to figure out how we want to use WordPress while on the go over the next four years. We’ll talk about the latest app updates, how the apps fit into the WordPress ecosystem, and discuss some possible directions for mobile WordPress at large. As a community we can make it happen, and we’re only just getting started.
by James Pearce
The Web is no longer a dusty bookshelf of documents. It needs to become a rich operating system that lets us tell stories, share our experiences, and which provides powerful functionality and services wherever and whenever we need them.
In this mobile-first world, platforms like WordPress and Facebook are uniquely positioned to help fulfill this promise. In this session, we’ll review the work that we’ve been doing with Automattic, the W3C, and the broader industry. We’ll discuss & demonstrate the WordPress Facebook plugin project. And we’ll explore how the WordPress community can help the Web as a whole rise to this collective challenge.
4th–5th August 2012