WordCamp Europe happened last weekend. Time moves way too fast, when you enjoy something that much. Like last year I had an amazing time learning – and especially – connecting with people.
I can’t emphasize this strongly enough: If you work with WordPress in one way or another, you need to come to a WordCamp! And if you are in Europe, attending #wceu should definitely be on your calendar. You will meet likeminded people not only from Europe but from all over the world. I have not seen any statistics on how many nations where in attendance exactly, but on Monday evening’s unofficial after wceu dinner, on our small side table alone @glueckpress counted six nations (though I think there where technically seven :). Go figure.
The organizers did a terrific job – everyone was so helpful and friendly. And they put so much effort and time into making this a truly great event. Thank you!
Update: Here are some stats:
Random #WCEU '14 stats: We had speakers from 12 countries, volunteers from 20 and attendees from 51. Woot! pic.twitter.com/LdXRlHlLbY
— WordCamp Europe (@WCEurope) October 3, 2014
Enjoy this year’s (small) selection of photos from #wceu.
All images in this post by Florian Ziegler are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.