Last weekend I visited WordCamp Frankfurt. It was actually my first WordCamp in Germany. (I still think it is funny, that it took me that long to attend one here.)

I met many awesome new people – and got to hang out with ones I have know for years, now. In my opinion this is what makes WordCamps so special: It is almost like going to a big family reunion, where you hang out and catch up.

Caspar delivered a great keynote, which you should definitely watch, once it is up on

Another highlight for me was Hans-Helge‘s quiz talk, in which the audience participated by answering questions about WordPress. It was really well-done. I would love to see him do it at WordCamp Europe, with a thousand instead of 45 participants. 🙂

A big thank you to the people who made WordCamp Frankfurt happen, and a special thanks to Simon for inviting me.

I added a couple of my favorite images below. You can find the rest of them on Flickr.


Caspar getting ready for his keynote speech.
Caspar getting ready for his keynote speech.
Petya during her talk about the remote agency toolbox
Petya during her talk about “The remote agency toolbox”.
Hans-Helge aka the quiz master
Hans-Helge aka the quiz master.
Attendees of WordCamp Frankfurt 2016
Attendees of WordCamp Frankfurt 2016.

Again, here’s the Flickr album with lots more images.

A Photo A Day

Today I started a new photo blog.

In the past I used to take my camera everywhere, but in the last couple of months I stopped. Shooting daily can be hard and recently I left the camera at home more often than not.

It was my birthday this week and in the days leading up to it, I thought that this would be the perfect time to start taking pictures again and posting them regularly.1

But the day came and went and I almost discarded the idea, until yesterday, when I read Luca’s blog post, in which he writes about his experiences with sharing photos online. (Go read it.) This inspired me to finally get started again myself.

So yesterday night I sat down, whipped up a fresh WordPress installation and hacked together a very minimal theme to go with it.

The premise (similar to Luca’s) is:

  • One photo per day2
  • Black & white only
  • One full year, no matter what3

Without further ado, I present to you:

  1. It seems, having some fixed date makes it easier to start new things, no? ↩︎
  2. The photo must not necessarily be taken on the same day, but it is encouraged. ↩︎
  3. We’ll see how that will work out… ↩︎