WordCamp San Francisco

I’m here at the beautiful Mission Bay Center of UCSF along with a growing crowd of WordPress bloggers for the second annual WordCamp San Francisco. WordPress founder Matt Mullenweg will be speaking along with Matt Cutts from Google and several other blogging and tech luminaries: http://2009.sf.wordcamp.org/speakers/

WordPress remains in my view the best CMS for a variety of reasons including ease of use, robust features, the amazing core team at WordPress, and a growing development community. Blogger is simpler to set up and use but lacks the rich feature set of WordPress.

Twitter 140 Conference and WordCamp San Francisco

Technology Report will be live blogging the Twitter 140 Conference in Mountain View California and WordCamp San Francisco on Saturday May 30th.

*The two day Twitter event starts Tuesday May 26th*

This is only the second WordCamp San Francisco and promises excellent insider insights from WordPress founder Matt Mullenweg and Google’s top blogger Matt Cutts who has been using the WordPress blogging format for several years.

This is the first major Twitter conference *ever* and is sure to bring a lot of interesting people and companies to the Computer Science Museum in Mountain View.

Hope to see you there in person or here at Technology Report’s live coverage of these events.