I’m so excited to announce that I’ll be speaking at the very first WordCamp Bari! I’ll present a talk about innovation and Open Source: how they relate to each other, examples, and ideas for the future.
WordCamp Bari will take place on the 12th of May at Bari’s Impact Hub location, a co-working space in the Fiera del Levante area—one of the biggest and most important exhibition spaces in the Mediterranean Basin, and iconic cultural bridge between Western and Eastern Europe.
Tickets are still available, so if you work with WordPress and a trip to the sunny South-East of Italy doesn’t break your bank, join us. Bari has an international airport served by both flag carriers and low cost airlines, the food is outstanding and the local population extremely welcoming!
The session is going to be in Italian, but I might present it in English at some point. Stay tuned!
On the 8th of September I’ll have the pleasure to attend the Mind the Product conference at Barbican Hall, London.
Mind the Product is an event dedicated to product management, bringing together product people from all over the world to explore the intersection of design, technology and business. The schedule looks amazing—Jake Knapp, lead author of Sprint, does look like a strong way to start!—and I can’t wait to meet so many people who work in the greater product ecosystem.
If you’re coming and you’d like to hear more about anything I or we at Human Made do (WordPress for enterprise, products with WordPress, etc.) just get in touch beforehand—I’ll be more than happy to chat during the breaks or at the afterparty 🙂
Follow the #MTPcon hashtag on Twitter to know more!
WordCamp Brighton gifted each attendee with a brand new KeepCup and a reusable bottle of water. Whilst I have my trusty Nalgene with me all the time, the KeepCup is a nice addition to my messenger bag regular content.
One of the goals in WCBTN’s organisers’ mind was to create a conference that had zero impact on the environment. With reusable bottles and mugs, the event wouldn’t end with an enormous amount of paper cups and plastic bottles to throw away. And now I can keep the tradition going: I always politely ask baristas to fill my water bottle with tap water, now I can ask them to use my KeepCup for coffee without having to dispose a paper cup once I’m done.
I’m super excited to announce that I’m speaking at WordCamp Edinburgh 2017! I’ll present a talk about long-form content and social media, which I’ve cheekily titled Are Twitter threads killing blogs?
WordCamp Edinburgh will take place on 22-23 July at CodeBase, the UK’s largest startup incubator, located at the foot of Edinburgh Castle. I’ll speak on Saturday, at 3:45pm, and it’s going to be the closing keynote of day 1.
Tickets are still available, so if work with WordPress and you’re in the position to afford a trip to Edinburgh, don’t hesitate and come with us.
Yep, another WordCamp in South England where I’m speaking. ?
In my talk at WordCamp Brighton I’ll explain who a product person is and how I apply my product person identity to everything I do.
It’s pretty much the same talk I’ve done at WordCamp Torino, but this time it’s going to be in English and I’ll only have 15 minutes, so I’m planning to structure it quite differently.
WordCamp Brighton will be held on the 18th and 19th of August 2017 at The Old Market (11A Upper Market St, Brighton BN3 1AS). There will also be a Contribution Day on the 20th of August 2017 at Barclays Eagle Labs (1 Preston Rd, Brighton BN1 4QU). I’ll speak on Friday 18th, at 1:30pm.
If you work in the WordPress ecosystem and a trip to Brighton doesn’t break your bank, don’t think twice and buy that ticket. You’ll learn something, expand your network, and contribute to the project.
If you think that exposing your brand and support a growing WordPress community makes sense for your business, there are still 3 sponsorship packages that come with a stand. Other spaces that are cheap and unlimited are also available, and they’re all perfect to have some exposure and contribute to the success of the event.
It’s a conference about all the things related to remote work. This year we’re having speakers from GitHub, Forbes, Zapier and other big guns of the Internet, touching on a fairly wide array of topics—from remote project management to culture, growth and team building.
It is ONLINE, so you will be able to watch it from any device as long as it benefits from an Internet connection. Wherever you are—co-working space, home office, living room, you name it.
It is FREE, so you won’t pay a dime for it. You only need to sign up and wait for today 4pm UK time. There’s still time.
It is INTERACTIVE, so you’ll be able to ask questions, upvote other people’s questions—Reddit style—and get answers from both our speakers and Human Made folks.
Cool! On social media?
We’re on Twitter and will be live tweeting the event with highlights from our speakers and other details. Make sure you follow us, even—and I dare say, especially—if for some reason you can’t watch the event live.
Want to tweet about the event? Awesome! Please use the hashtag #outofoffice17 so all the conversations will be gathered under one stream.
Hey everyone, I’m super excited to announce that I’ll speak at WordCamp Bristol!
In my session I’ll basically explain my writing workflow. I think it’s very important to have a clear and well defined writing routine to release content (whether blog posts or internal reports etc.) without reinventing the wheel every time, and my talk will go exactly in this direction.
Vienna—whose duty to organise this year’s edition was publicly announced at the end of WCEU 2015 in Seville—is already experiencing an abnormal flow of WordPress enthusiasts from all over the world. Make sure you keep an eye open in coffee shops and co-working spaces (or interesting cross-overs between the two of them): we like showing off our passion with t-shirts, stickers on our laptops, someone even tattoos.
Of course I’ll be there with the awesome crew from Human Made, ready to hug everyone I know and meet everyone I don’t.
I have a special relationship with WordCamp Europe. WCEU 2013—the first WCEU—was my first WordCamp ever, and as Italian and co-founder of Italia WP Community, I cannot stress enough how much important WCEU has been for us.