The dream is still alive

Back in January, portuguese WordPress community submitted Lisbon city as the best place to host WordCamp Europe in 2014. Local community felt more alive than ever, several meetups happened since then, lots of tweets, posts, P2 chats about the subject… But… This week, WordCamp Central announced┬áSofia, in Bulgaria as the place that will host the


WordCamp Porto 2013

Porto hosted the portuguese WordCamp 2013 last weekend and luckily I was there! It’s hard to write about this WordCamp, after having attended to the inspiring WordCamp Europe in October. Though, it’s so nice to feel that the WordPress portuguese community is alive and bubbling, and this is why WordCamp Porto was a success! The

The State of Multilingual WordPress – take 1

Fact. To build a multilingual (or multi-language?) website is hard. Much harder than a single language website version. Fact. The current available solutions to simplify designers/developers life when building multi-language websites are…very complex. Multi-language websites are probably more common outside US, and maybe, more complex in the European territory, since over here we share a