You came from Brecon, Neath, Swansea, Tongwynlais, Cwmbran and Llanmpumpsaint – and we much appreciate it.
And mega thanks to Karin Rees of Software Alliance Wales at the University of South Wales, for sponsoring and administering the workshop…
A happy attendee said ‘This was brilliantly arranged’.
Karin is fab to collaborate with – professional, business-savvy and great fun. We so value her efforts.
Here are the speakers in action: @rightmoveaddict, @helreynolds and @whatsthepont, @mindhiver, @brandnatter,@asober, @Tanwen_Haf and @DyfrigWilliams, @Joel_Hughes. (@whatsthepont placed to show @helreynolds’s boots. Lust objects to several present).
It’s a treat in an event for bloggers to have full and vivid reporting from you so soon afterwards. If you missed the day, or were there and would like a recap or to compare interpretation, here are some summaries. If you’ve done one and it’s not here yet, please just let us know below or tweet us on @wordpresswales:
Here’s a most comprehensive Storify http://storify.com/GoodPracticeWAO/just-wordpress-workshops-gweithdai-jyst-wordpress
One of our speakers, Alessio’s summing-up http://alessiobernardelli.wordpress.com/2013/11/10/7-great-blogging-tips-i-picked-up-at-jww/
And from Andrea, who bravely kicked the day off with style http://www.tryingtobalancethemadness.com/a-wordpress-day-full-of-inspiration/
And from participants Juliet Fay http://www.onlinesalesmessages.com/just-wordpress-totally-practical-day/ and Sue Stradling http://www.suestradling.com/just-wordpress-top-tips-on-blogging/
To all who came and contributed so fully, we hope to see you at the next one.