The Ephox team and I attended the 2016 WordCamp US in Philadelphia. Matt Mullenweg delivered his annual State of the Word presentation and gave us his vision for the Future of WordPress. Along the way Helen Hou-Sandí introduced some of the new features in WordPress 4.7 Vaughan. You can watch his full presentation on WordCamp TV and read our full transcript.
We have broken the transcript into 11 parts (it was almost 2 hours long!). If you missed the presentation, don’t have the time to sit through the video or want to jump to a specific part of the presentation we hope these are useful to you.
- Part 1: WordCamps, Meetups and the WordPress Foundation
- Part 2: The Extended Family of WordPress: BuddyPress, HackerOne & GlotPress
- Part 3: WordPress.org Updates
- Part 5: Design, Inclusion & Growth of WordPress
- Part 6: HTTPS and PHP7 in WordPress
- Part 7: WordPress & Calypso
- Part 8: A Look Back on WordPress Core Releases
- Part 9: The Plan for WordPress in 2017
- Part 10: Code is Poetry
- Part 11: Questions and Answers
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