WordCamp Europe 2019 Concludes! We had an awesome time there😉

WordCamp Europe 2019 team. Image Credit: WCEU Twitter

It’s been a long three days; full of aspiring WordPressers and their passion for WordPress. WordCamp Europe 2019 has finally come to an end. We, the DevotePress team had an awesome time attending WCEU2019 for the very first time as the official media partner for the three-day-long WordPress conference. We witnessed more than 2,600 footfalls at the event, which made the WordCamp majestic and a great success.

DevotePress is very thankful to the organizers and volunteers who helped everyone, including us, in every way possible. Since we were the official online media partner, we live-posted the highlights of the three-day event through our social media accounts. If you want to check out what you missed at WCEU2019, you can follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. We also took video interviews of prodigious WordCamp Europe personalities including speakers and volunteers. You can check out their teasers on our Instagram account. And later on, watch the full interview on our YouTube channel. Subscribe to our YouTube channel to stay updated with the full video interviews session.

WordCamp Europe 2019 also saw a glimpse of WordCamp Asia. The organizing team of WordCamp Asia was full of passion while observing and taking notes at WCEU2019. This indicates that we might soon see a grand WordCamp here in Asia quite soon.

WordCamp Asia team
WordCamp Asia team. Image Credit: WCEU Twitter

These past three days in Berlin, the world’s biggest WordPress conference was held and it was full of fun, WordPress loving enthusiasts who shared their expertise, networked and built friendships with one another.

As always with all WordPress events, WordCamp Europe 2019 was punctual with all the events completing on time, the talks were very informative, the volunteers were always ready to lend a hand and the attendees were engaging through and through.

The WordPress founder, Matt Mullenweg was also present at the event. He took the stage to give a summer update on the ongoing progress of the Gutenberg editor and also hosted a Q&A session and answered the questions from the audience at WCEU.

Furthermore, we also have the city name for the next big WordCamp in Europe, WordCamp Europe 2020. The WCEU2020 will be held in Porto, Portugal.

Once again, we want to thank everyone at WordCamp Europe 2019 for making it a phenomenal event with your participation, dedication, and love for WordPress. Cheers!

We will be bringing you a detailed version of all that happened in WordCamp Europe 2019 very soon. Till then, stay tuned with DevotePress.

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