So as shared in a post about a month ago, I made my trip to WordCamp Europe 2017 in Paris, France. It was a great trip to one of Europe’s finest capitals, and whilst not perfect (the food was a bit poor and by goodness it was expensive), it was one of the better WordCamps I’ve been to, and I came home after a week or so away in Paris with renewed vigour and inspiration. Rather than run down absolutely everything, here were my three biggest takeaways from the event. 1. Gutenberg Looks Amazing Interview and QandA With Matt MullenwegGet Link to Video Share Play Video So one of the key events at WordCamp Europe is Matt Mullenweg’s interview. Whilst not exactly as formal as State of the Word, and it can be a bit too comfortable for my liking, you do get a sense of where things are going in the WordPress world. It’s no surprise that in the past two or three years that things like Squarespace and Wix have taken a sizable chunk out of WordPress’ market (though that has been growing too). This showed how WordPress would fight back. And they’d fight back with a tool called Gutenberg. Currently in a plugin, Gutenberg is designed to be a replacement to WordPress’
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