Big Media Meetup Recap and Scott Taylor on The Future of Blogs Development at the NYT

A huge thank you to everyone who took the time to attend the Big Media WordPress Meetup at The New York Times Building in August! It was a huge success.

The event featured 10-minute “flash talks” by Scott Taylor (The New York Times), Austin Smith (Alley Interactive), Josh Kadis (Quartz), and Andrew Nacin (WordPress), followed by breakout discussion groups.

If you’re interested in coming to future events, be sure to join our “Big Media” WordPress Meetup Group.

In the next few days we’ll be sharing video from each of these talks. Today, here’s Scott Taylor’s presentation on “The Future of Blogs Development at The New York Times,” where he discusses how the NYT’s WordPress blogs fit in with the larger site-wide redesign.

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