Schedule

Saturday, March 1st

This is one over-flowing day of WordPress. We have two main tracks – Developer and User. Each session is 45 minutes long with some time in-between to chat and move to the next session.

Room Assignments:

  • Developer I is in room 250
  • Developer II is in room 201
  • User I is in room 300
  • User II is in room 301

Click here to see the floor plan.
Schedule subject to change. 

Time Developer I This track is geared toward people who administer, build, bend, and modify WordPress to their will with custom development (hosting, plugins, themes, etc.). This track is in room 250. Developer II This track is geared toward people who administer, build, bend, and modify WordPress to their will with custom development (hosting, plugins, themes, etc.). This track is in room 201 User I This track is geared toward people who use WordPress to manage their site and would like to know more about interacting with WordPress. This track is in room 300. User II This track is geared toward people who use WordPress to manage their site and would like to know more about interacting with WordPress. This track is in room 301
8:00 amRegistration
8:30 amOpening Remarks
8:45 amBreak
9:00 amCustomizing your WordPress theme with CSS (Beginner/Intermediate) Michael ArestadWordPress Junk Drawer and how to organize it. (Intermediate/Advanced) Mike HansenHow to get involved in the WordPress community (Beginner) Chris KoernerThree files, unlimited layout options: The designer’s guide to total creative freedom (Advanced) Mary Baum
9:45 amBreak
10:00 amAnatomy of WordPress (Beginner) Ben GathardPowerful Deployment Techniques (Advanced) Myke BatesBusiness Blogging Like a Rock Star Leigh M Caldwell, Tom HarnessResponsive image solutions for WordPress (Intermediate) Joe McGill
10:45 amBreak
11:00 amThe WordPress Loop Demystified (Intermediate) Randy HicksSpeeding up theme development with automation (Intermediate) Joshua RayWordPress for Designers (Beginner) James HipkinUsing WordPress for Videocasting (Advanced) Chris Miller
11:45 amBreak
12:00 pmLunch
1:00 pmCarrie Dils – Spare a Square – Keynote Presentation Carrie Dils
1:45 pmBreak
2:00 pmOptions, and Transients, and Theme Mods, Oh My! (Intermediate) Konstantin ObenlandRevising WordPress Revisions – What goes into recreating a major feature in WordPress? (Advanced) Adam SilversteinWordPress SEO: Getting Back to the Basics (Beginner/Intermediate) Nile FloresWordPress Security (Beginner/Intermediate) Sam Hotchkiss
2:45 pmBreak
3:00 pmDevelopment Roundtable/Panel Joshua Ray, Chris KoernerUser Roundtable/Panel Mary BaumUser Roundtable/Panel Mary Baum
3:45 pmBreak
4:00 pmWordPress Database Primer (Beginner) Eric JudenCode with Care: Write Secure Plugins and Themes Rachel BakerOptimizing content visibility Teresa LaneWordPress as an Application Framework (Intermediate) Brian Messenlehner
4:45 pmBreak
5:00 pmWordPress Templates are Broken! (But we can fix them) (Intermediate) Jared NovackMaking Your Whole Life Easier With WP-CLI (Advanced) Doug StewartWordPress for Beginners (Beginner) Christoph TrappeLeveraging WordPress for Your eCommerce Website (Intermediate) Will Hanke
5:45 pmTransition/Travel
6:00 pmClosing Remarks
7:00 pmAfter Party

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