My First WordCamp Experience

I’d like to share my experience of WordCamp Udaipur which took placed on 28th Jan 2017. First of all, I would like to thank @Vajrasar to inform me about the WordCamp in first place. I have been a WordPress developer but never had the opportunity to attend a WordCamp. It was educational, inspiring, and I enjoyed the overall experience.

WordCamp Udaipur
WordCamp Udaipur

The venue was very good. Special thanks to  @Puneet and  #WCUdaipur organizers for awesome setup and management.

Following are some sessions which I liked the most.

  • Why we Indian Developers Fail… – Nirav Mehta
  • Hiring WP Devs – Rahul Bansal
  • Exploring the REST API V2 – Ayushdeep Singh
  • Templating with Underscore.js in WordPress – Achal Jain

Also Panel Discussion – Building a Successful WordPress Business was very helpful.

In #WCudaipur food was very delicious and also my thanks to sponsors for lots of #swag from WordCamp team and @resellerclub @buddyboss @ideabox @kitsune


Image courtesy: Anonymous
Image courtesy: Anonymous

My overall experience was very good. I’m glad that this WordCamp turned out to be a good experience, can’t wait for next WordCamp.

From this WordCamp, I learned that we need to step out from our comfort zone. When we come out of our comfort zone there are too many challenges in front of us, and we should face them, we may fail sometimes but if we don’t take those risks, you will never know the opportunities that you could be missing.


Magento – Introduction & Installation – 1.x

Hello, Are you a Magento beginner? Want to create eCommerce website?

If so, this article is written specifically for you.

In order to start with Magento, admin, and customization, it is very important that you have a strong understanding of Magento, its installation steps.

What is Magento?

Magento is most powerful, flexible online eCommerce platform, which is open-source and builds upon Zend Framework. Magento comes with a fully functional back office to administer the site from site design to product and order management also with user area which is account management for your customers. Magento comes in two different flavors: Community Edition and Enterprise Edition. The community edition of Magento is free available.

Follow these steps to install Magento:

The first thing you need to do to install Magento manually is to download the latest installation package from the official Magento website.
After download Magento zip, extract the content of package in the public_html folder on your site(, or on a local machine in your htdocs(in xampp) or www(in wamp) directory.
Create MySQL database and assign a user to it. Remember the database details, you will need these during Magento installation.
Now navigate to

Magento install step 1
Magento install step 1

Click on the checkbox “I agree to the above terms and conditions” and click on the Continue button.

Next, choose your preferred Locale, Timezone, and Currency and click on Continue button.

choose the preferred Time Zone, Locale, and Currency and press the Continue button

Magento install step 2
Magento install step 2

Now, enter the database details: Database Host, Database Name, User Name and User Password. You can leave the other options. Make sure that check on the “Skip Base URL validation before next step” option. Then, click the Continue button to proceed.

Magento install configuration
Magento install configuration

enter the database details: Database Name, User Name, and User Password

Magento create admin account
Magento create admin account

Now, It’s the last step, you just enter the personal information and admin login details. You can leave the Encryption Key field empty. Click on Continue button.

Finally, Your Magento installation was successfully completed. Now you can navigate to its Frontend or Backend.


Rahul Dadhich

Welcome to my blog!!!

Hello, welcome to my blog.I am hoping to make this place interactive where you come and share your knowledge. You can let me know, what you like or what you didn’t. I never thought I’d be doing blogging, but trying challenging things is a good thing, right? And this blog has a purpose: to share my knowledge about development, programming.

For those who don’t know me, here is a rapid introduction.

I was raised in Udaipur, Rajasthan and live here still today. I am a developer by profession. Every day needs something new to know, so I am connected all time with friends and social market. I love reading about new technology, IT startup-up.

As I am a developer, I will share my knowledge with you in near future. In meantime, happy reading, KEEP CALM and READ ON.

See you soon!!!

Rahul Dadhich.