What is WCUS?

WordCamp US is THE WordPress event of the year. Almost 2,000+ WordPress attendees from all around the world come to WordCamp US for networking, discussing, and supporting all WordPress related conversations. This year it was held December 8-10th.

2018 was a particularly intense year for the WordPress community because of the WordPress 5.0 and Gutenberg editor release. At the end of the day, there was no better way to welcome the new release than with the fellow WordPress community at our side. And that’s exactly what WordCamp US was for many of us.

Team BlogVault has been attending WCUS for many years. In fact, MalCare WordPress Security service was also launched successfully on WCUS 2017.

WordCamp 2018

Here’s an interview with Matt Mullenweg on everything WordPress by WPCrafter’s Adam Preiser.

The list of speakers at WordCamp US this time around was a diverse bunch as well!

For WordCamp 2018, everyone in the WordPress Security field came together especially during the session on Content Security Policies: List Your Trusted Sources and Prevent Attacks by Miriam Schwab, Founder of Strattic.

WordPress Safety and Security was also the focus of ConciergeWP’s Adam Silver’s talk on The Proper Care, Growth and Feeding of Your WordPress Website in 2019 (and Beyond).

Here are some of the other speakers:

You can watch Matt Mullenweg’s “State of the Word” on the WordPress YouTube channel. Here’s the State of the Word Q&A. The rest of the talks are available here and will be made online on WordPressTV as well. In 2019, WordCamp US will be held in St. Louis, Missouri, on November 1-3. To find an upcoming WordCamp near you, head over to WordCamp Central.

See you next year in St. Louis!