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Automattic Announces CodePoet / I’m in the eBook!

My friends at Automattic just announced the re-vamping of their CodePoet Program. They have a fancy new website with great resources for developers, designers, and builders. WPCandy has a great article about the launch. Congrats to Pete Davies, Michael Pick, Evan Solomon, Rebecca Collins, Krista Stevens, and Dave Martin for an outstanding job on the […]

Speaking at WordCamp Las Vegas December 17th

WordCamp Las Vegas is December 17th. I’m so excited to be able to go and speak there!  I can’t wait! If you’re going, please say hi. :) My topic is TBD but I’ll let y’all know soon. sara

Tokyo Wrap Up

Thank you to everyone who came to my talk at Jelly Jelly Cafe in Tokyo! I had the best time. It was great meeting everyone. Special thanks to Naoko for setting up the talk, Sho for hosting the talk in Jelly Jelly Cafe, and Toru for his awesome translating skills. More thanks to everyone else […]

Speaking at WordCamp San Francisco on Responsive Web Design

I have have been given the great opportunity to speak this year at WordCamp San Francisco! I am absolutely thrilled and humbled to be amongst the lineup of speakers at that conference. Let me know if you’re going and I’ll be sure to say hi! My session will be on “Responsive Web Design” and WordPress. […]

Presentation: “Typography on the Web” at WordCamp Reno

WordCamp Reno has been a blast so far. All the people here are really awesome. Here are my slides from the presentation I gave on “Typography on the Web.” WCReno also recorded all the sessions, I’ll post the video from WordCamp TV whenever it goes up. Typography on the Web View more presentations from Sara […]

My Interview With Sally Strebel at Page.ly

The awesome Sally Strebel of Page.ly interviewed me as part of their WP Heavy Hitter Series. Read the article on their blog. Let me know what y’all think. I’ve never done an interview like that before! Also, check out their awesome WordPress hosting as well. Thanks Sally!