When I jumped into the IT Profession, I always thought of hard work and a super tough daily life. Choosing the right platform was for sure a big dilemma. When I started programming, there were different programming languages popular and obviously WordPress was a hot cake at that time.
I am sure you will get me wrong if I did not change the phrase “WordPress was a hot cake at that time” because “WordPress is still a hot cake”.
My professional journey started in 2010 but due to WordPress and its community, there was no delay to achieve my targets, and goals. In a very short period of time, I came to know that helping people means growing business. As an entrepreneur, the community is always bigger and fruitful than any financial marketings and ads.
I am attending almost all of the local WordCamps within our Country Nepal and try to attend at least one international WordCamp every year. My personal experience with the local WordCamps is always more than expected because Nepal is not a big country and even though we have already more active and enthusiast WordPress groups which had successfully conducted WordCamps already. WordCamp Bharatpur 2019, WordCamp Pokhara 2019, WordCamp Kathmandu 2019 are just some examples and now it’s concluded that the WordCamp Butwal 2020, one of the opening WordCamps in this year 2020 granted a huge success.
For Local Sponsors, WordCamps are always a great opportunity for promotion and branding. It is also the right time to contribute to the community.
Rigorous Web Services is a software development company founded by a young, innovative and energetic team of IT Specialist and Engineers specializing in Software Analysis, Software Development and Information System Management. Rigorous Web contributed to this event as a Silver Sponsor. So as a Founder and CEO of Rigorous web, I would like to thank WordCamp Butwal 2020 and wish good luck for upcoming WordPress Events and MeetUps.
Giving Back To The Community
The beauty of WordPress is its community and giving back to the community is a kind of culture, developed by the WordPress Community. We are learning and growing our skills through the open-source platform. But when we start sharing our knowledge and experience with others, people will be motivated to contribute further. By this, the community remains alive. Today, if there are some problems related to WP, there are definitely millions of helping hands around the earth. I have covered all of the aspects at my talk “Giving Back To The Community” at WordCamp Butwal 2020 #WCBTL2020.
If you were unable to attend the event and missed my session, you can check the slides here.
I am personally attached to the WordPress Butwal team from the beginning of the WordPress group foundation at Butwal. And of course, it was really great experience to share my ideas with new WordPress Community members. I would like to thank the whole organizing team for such an amazing privilege.
When we talk about the successful event, there are always mixed opinions we will get. But when we think about the activities and progress of the Organziging team, the tracking and reporting on their works, and the most important for transparency, nobody denies the event got grand and huge success. I believe people who have been involved directly and indirectly get to stay excited and engaged with this team’s spirit.
So to be honest, WordCamp Butwal 2020 #WCBTL2020 is a huge success!