Matt Mullenweg: State of the Word 2015

Matt Mullenweg: State of the Word 2015 celebrates the accomplishments of the last year, and look forward to more good things to come in the “State of the Word” from WordCamp US 2015.
You can watch the full State of the Word 2015 video presentation and read articles like WordPress and State of the Word 2015 and State of the Word 2015: JavaScript and API-driven Interfaces Are the Future of WordPress.

You can watch the State of the Word 2015, WordCamp US SlideShare slideshow.

You can marvel over the numbers in State Of The Word 2015 By The Numbers [Infographic] focused on it as well.

For those looking for a quick read WordPress gets even more open-source with Calypso update provides an good summary of what’s has been overhauled in the CMS and why the two year project was undertaken.

Read more about The Story Behind the New WordPress.com.

In a [Calypso] blog post on the developer section of WordPress.com, the company announced the new changes as part of a project it’s been working on for almost two years. According to project lead, Andy Peatling, the team behind the update reimagined the tech and the development workflows that served as the basis for creating with WordPress.

Last, but not least, you can read the book Milestones: The Story of WordPress written by Siobhan McKeown. It’s been in development for a year now and is scheduled for release on December 11th, 2015.

One thought on “Matt Mullenweg: State of the Word 2015

Comments are closed.