WordCamp Orange County 2015 held the first ever “Plugin-a-Palooza” – a contest where developers are tasked with creating a WordPress plugin and then judged upon its usefulness, code quality, and originality. We’re happy to announce that our plugin WP Rollback won first place. About WCOC’s Plugin-a-Palooza We have been a fan of WordCamp Orange County for a long time. It was the first WordCamp to accept me as a speaker and the area’s WordPress community is thriving. The organizers, speakers, sponsors, and attendees are some of the best. When we first heard about the Plugin-a-Palooza it was via a newsletter on Feb. 10th: This year, we’re introducing a new event at WordCamp OC: Plugin–a–palooza 2015. We want everyone to come together in the spirit of competition, show off your mad developer skills, and create a plugin that will wow the judges. A few specifics on the competition rules: Plugin pitches were due February 20 (10 days to think up an idea) Each team member can only be on one team in the competition The plugin had to be able to be released in the WordPress repository by May 29 Teams were required to present their plugins at WordCamp. No shenanigans! The event sponsored by Sucuri,
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