No WordCamp without recaps, slide sharing, and blogging. We collected all the content about WordCamp Nederland 2016 we could find and put together an overview of all the opinions, resources, and impressions.
The closing remarks do not at all mark the end of a WordCamp. That is also true for WordCamp Nederland 2016. Afterwards there is so much content to be published. From blog posts reviewing the location, the event as a whole, and of course the sessions, to the session videos on wordpress.tv. We collected all the content we could find and created a short overview. If you know any resources, articles, pics or anything else that is notable, just post a comment below this article.
First Session Videos are Online
A few days ago the first session videos aired on wordpress.tv. Check them out and enjoy the WordPress input.
Sessions put into Blog Posts
Luckily some authors do not only upload their slides to slideshare, but do enrich their talks with additional info.
Just like Francesca Marano did. She took her session about multi-author blogging and put it into a blog post. Francesca writes about tips, tricks, and tools with which you can organize an editorial team of up to 60 people.
Slides and Speaker Notes
Tom Hermans uploaded his awesome Stranger Things-slides and comments on his session to his personal website.
And last but not least Joeren van Dijk and Hristo Pandjarov uploaded their sessions to their personal website and slideshare. Hristo’s session is called “Fast is Better. And Also Cheaper, And More Scaleable” and is illustrated with some neat Star Wars slides. Jeroen’s slides show you how to better understand and hack WordPress REST API.
Photo Documentation on flickr
The Dutch Resources
Ok, we admit it: Since Tobias, our Dutch-speaking sysadmin, is still sick we could not review all the great Dutch resources. Nonetheless we want to list them below:
- Bas van der Lans published a live blog on WordCamp Nederland 2016
- The wrap up of the WordCamp team can be found on the official WordCamp Nederland 2016 website
- Jan Lammert published a short review of WCNL on his agency’s website
- Anny Vader, aka @Dainamics, published an extensive review on her blog with some nice pics
- @wendyweel wrote a personal review on her blog too
Feel free to post any resources to other WordCamp Nederland topics as a comment below 🙂