Last month Austria’s capital saw a large influx of inhabitants. Thousands of people converged in the museum quarter of Vienna. The thing that brought them together: WordPress. WordCamp Europe 2016 drew in a crowd of more than 2,000 attendees. I was also there for my second WordCamp ever and my first WordCamp Europe. My first experience with WordCamp Berlin 2015 had really turned me on to these events. So, when the extra batch of tickets came on sale for WordCamp EU (after the event had already sold out), I did my darndest to be among the recipients. Good thing that I did. WordCamp Europe 2016 turned out to be an amazing experience though for different reasons than my first time. So, if you are looking for some first-hand experience from the event, this is the article for you. WordCamp Europe 2016 – The Facts After Leiden 2013, Sofia 2014 and last year’s meeting in Seville, WordCamp Europe 2016 in Vienna was the fourth of its kind. With more than 2,000 attendees from 68 countries, the event also made history as the largest WordCamp to date (which will probably be eclipsed by this year’s WordCamp US in Philadelphia). As should be obvious from those numbers, WordCamp
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