Let’s meet at WordCamp Pune 2017

WordCamp Pune 2017 is in three days’ time! Being in our home city, this WordCamp is a bit special for us. Several rtCampers are directly involved- as speakers, organizers and volunteers. rtCamp is also a Gold Sponsor of the event. The venue happens to be a few minutes’ walk away from our offices. At least 20


rtCampers contribute to 12th consecutive release with WordPress 4.7

WordPress 4.7 “Vaughan” was released today. Following tradition, v4.7 is named after jazz legend Sarah “Sassy” Vaughan: Check out the WP 4.7 release post for the full changelog. One of the highlights of the release are the changes to the the WordPress Customizer, which was the first JS-driven WP Core feature. v4.7 brings improvements to this


WordCamp Nashik through the words of rtCampers

About 14.5 of my colleagues recently attended WordCamp Nashik 2016. I was unable to attend the (un)conference myself, but was closely following the event on social media. I did manage to catch the overall “mood” of the event from social media, but a Twitter stream is no replacement for the real thing. :/ 14.5 rtCampers with


See you at WordCamp Nashik 2016!

WordCamp Nashik is just around the corner. This is the first ever WordCamp to take place in the “Wine Capital of India”. Famous for its agriculture & temples, Nashik is also home to a budding WordPress community. The WordCamp will be a one day event with speakers from all over India. rtCamper Rahul Bansal will be part


rtCamp at WordCamp Bhopal 2016

A few rtCampers recently attended WordCamp Bhopal 2016 at Lakshmi Narain College of Technology (LNCT), Bhopal, India’s “City of Lakes”. As mentioned in our previous post, our visit was going to be a short one. See you in Bhopal! #WCBhopal @wcbhopalSlides from #WordCampSG @WordCampSGhttps://t.co/VCeo8nN9ud — rtCamp (@rtCamp) September 21, 2016 WordCamp Bhopal 2016 was completely organized by


WordPress 4.6 with core contributions and translations by rtCampers

WordPress Version 4.6, named “Pepper”, was released today, with a focus on improving the user-experience. The new version is named “Pepper” in honor of jazz baritone saxophonist Park Frederick “Pepper” Adams III.  Some of the exciting updates include Streamlined updates, Native fonts & Editor improvements, along with many under the hood improvements. You can read more