WordCamp Salt Lake City is coming up in short order, and we need you to help us with the most important part of all: Finding our speakers! As you may remember, we conducted a poll a few weeks back to find out what folks in the WordPress community found most important about WordCamps, ranking everything from what they value in presentations to what is the most important factor in making a WordCamp worthwhile. Here are a few things we learned. The vast majority of you–80%–have been to a WordCamp before, and 64% of responders have been to WCSLC in the past. Nearly 50% of responders were developers, with front-end developers taking the lead with 27%. 25% of responders worked for a WordPress agency, with 20% following as freelancers. Most of you are omnivores. Several of you have a major fear of public speaking, and when asked what would make speaking more appealing to you, y’all started clowning around with answers like, “Probably drugs,” “A pill to cure stage fright,” and, “Desire on my part.” When it comes to presentation topics, you tend to prefer… ??Heavy, developer-centric topics (WP API, JavaScript, WordPress core, plugin
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