Nagpur is one of the fastest growing cities in Maharashtra. Second only to Mumbai and Pune in terms of population, the city is our state’s winter capital and home to several orange orchards. Being one of the most popular exports of the city, the organizers of WCNagpur incorporated it into their official logo. We were
We traveled to our state capital of Mumbai for a WordCamp over the last weekend of March. Through the years, WCMumbai has been the source of some of our fondest memories. #WCMumbai 2017 The vibrant and active WordPress community in Mumbai attracted some of the most enthusiastic attendees. The networking areas were buzzing with conversation at
About 25 rtCampers will be attending WordCamp Mumbai in 3 days’ time. The organizers of the largest (objectively) WordCamp in India are expecting about 600 WordPressers, including speakers and volunteers. With a great line-up of speakers and the massive attendee list, we are looking forward to polishing up our skills and meeting other WP enthusiasts ?
The third edition of WordCamp Bangkok is on the same weekend as WCKochi, which we recently posted about. We are sponsors of both events, but cannot attend either in full strength because of the logistics involved. Sessions at WCBangkok will be in both English and Thai. Response toward the event has been amazing- all 300 tickets
The southern states of India are known for their unique cuisine & culture, relative to the rest of the country. “South India” is a blanket term for about 5 states- Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Kerala, Tamil Nadu and Telangana. The coastal city of Kochi (or Cochin), is where the next Indian WordCamp is about to kick off.
Fresh off WordCamp Pune, we started packing our bags for a visit to WordCamp Udaipur. Udaipur is one of the most scenic cities of Rajasthan. Visiting it for the first time almost takes you back to a time when kings and queens rules the land. In fact, “Rajasthan” can be literally translated to the “Land