Life after WordCamp Jerusalem 2010

It’s a month since WordCamp Jerusalem which is basically how long it took us to organize the whole thing. And it’s taken about a month to regroup, between the aftermath and all the holidays.

But all the hard work was worth it since we’ve gotten great feedback on the event which took place on September 5, 2010. Thanks so much guys – you motivate me to think about the next event…

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There is lots of stuff for you to check out following the first WordCamp in Jerusalem:

  1. Presentations and videos of some of the lectures.
  2. Photographs and mentions around the web of WordCamp Jerusalem.

See the video below of my panel where we discussed whether we still need blogs in the era of facebook (short answer: yes!) with Hanan CohenJacob Share and me.


The highlight of the day was undoubtedly the fact that Matt Mullenweg, the founder and CEO of WordPress flew from the USA for the conference. Here is his Q&A session which took place at the end of the day:


What I learned organizing WordCamp

Would you like to get a glimpse into the huge amount of preparations that go into an event that has three simultaneous lecture tracks, cool hand-outs and a delicious lunch? Read my articles Behind the Scenes of WordCamp Jerusalem 2010 and WordCamp Jerusalem: Tips for Producing a WordCamp.

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Created with Admarket’s flickrSLiDR. Photos by Deena Levenstein.

See you next year at WordCamp Jerusalem/Tel Aviv/Israel 2011! Be sure to fill out this form in order to receive updates about it as things start to come together. Woohoo!