Christopher Carfi, Product Evangelist for GoDaddy, attended WordCamp US and joined in on the conversation. We spoke with him about some of the event’s highlights and his primary takeaways from the two-day conference. || Q&A with Christopher Carfi, Product Evangelist at GoDaddy Last month was the inaugural WordCamp US in Philadelphia, bringing together more than 1,800 WordPress users, designers and developers. GoDaddy announced the launch of its WordPress Plugin Partner Program at the event, providing a variety of benefits to plugin authors to help them create world class experiences for their plugins. Christopher Carfi, Product Evangelist for GoDaddy, attended WordCamp US and joined in on the conversation. We spoke with him about some of the event’s highlights and his primary takeaways from the two-day conference. Q: At WordCamp US, what topics did the speakers primarily cover? Did you notice any consistent themes across subject matter? A: Quite a few speakers concentrated on the REST API and JavaScript, and how both are predicted to be much more prevalent in future iterations of WordPress. The “lightning talks” track was wonderfully diverse in its topics, covering everything from
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