WordCamp London 2019

This weekend I went to WordCamp London. I think it was my 5th WordCamp London and, as always, it was a really interesting weekend. I learnt a lot, and came away with a bunch of ideas for things to try out.


Whilst I was there I saw some really good talks, the selection of speakers, and range of content, was really good. And I also heard some good things about a number of other talks, that I wish I had seen. So it’s great that the WordCamp was live streamed. This means all the videos are already online and I don’t have to wait for the WordPress.tv versions.


This year nearly all of the talks were live streamed. You can see them on Youtube (and Facebook and whatnot). However they are all lumped together across about a dozen videos, so below I’ve put together a list of all the talks deep linking to where they begin.

If you check out the schedule you can get a bit more information about each of the talks.

Saturday Track A

Saturday Track B

Saturday Track C

Sunday Track A

Sunday Track B

Sunday Track C

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