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When YITH went to Ireland to attend WordCamp Dublin

The Dublin WordCamp is held every two years as it alternated between Belfast. For YITH this was the first WordCamp in Ireland and we had the honour to sponsor it too. We particularly felt appreciated by the team and attendees which made me, and the rest of the YITH team, feel really special. Read on […]

Brace yourself: Wishlist 3.0 is coming!

As we have recently announced on a blog post on our website, Wishlist version 3.0 is under development and will bring a huge number of enhancements. We believe that we have achieved the first important milestone in the development of this plugin: after a briefly closed alpha test phase, we are happy to start the […]

WordCamp Catania 2019 – Simply in our heart!

It might sound pathetic, but being able to sponsor the second WordCamp in Catania, after a break of more than 9 years, was… priceless! This was a special WordCamp for all of us at YITH, as it was organized in the city where YITH took its first steps and where one of the two YITH […]

We did it! We attended WordCamp Nijmegen!

In its third year, WordCamp Nijmegen obviously enjoyed a wealth of experience in the organisation of a WordCamp. The team really put up a good show! The location was ROC Nijmegen which is a professional education centre where youngster train for all sorts of jobs in a real-life environment. WordCamp Nijmegen partnered with ROC, and […]

What it means to contribute to WordPress

Introduction to YITH contributing to WordPress – written by Ronald Gijsel For many years the team at YITH have supported the WordPress project in many different ways. Contributing can be done in many ways but often requires personal dedication, passion and lots of time. I often look at the list of contributors when a new […]

Relax, we were at WordCamp Brighton!

Sun, Sea, WordPress and yes, also a bit of rain… but essentially all went well and ‘relax’ was the most used word to describe this WordCamp. The conference day started on a Friday which is probably slightly unusual for a local WordCamp. As a result, it was a lot more relaxed instead of the usual […]