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  • WordPress Community Interview With Dave Loodts

    WordPress Community Interview With Dave Loodts

    WordPress Community Interview SeriesSpeaker: Dave Loodts

    January 23, 2017 — Dave Loodts is a self employed WordPress designer/developer, SEO and marketing consultant at http://www.davel.be.

    He is a big believer in giving back to the WordPress community and is the co-organizer of WordCamp Antwerp as well as WordPress Meetup groups in Antwerp and Hasselt (links). Dave also is the Global Translation Editor of nl_be team as well as the administrator for the WordPress Dutch Belgium website.

    For the full descrion go to the WordPress TV blog.

  • Nemanja Aleksic: Getting Started With Website Maintenance

    Nemanja Aleksic: Getting Started With Website Maintenance

    WordCamp Athens 2016Speaker: Nemanja Aleksic

    January 22, 2017 — The question of WordPress website maintenance is a polarizing one: people either hate it, or consider it a magical money tree. We’ll discuss the truth that’s in between, and go through the basics you need to start a WordPress maintenance service.

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  • Jayman Pandya: The BuzzWord ‘UX’, Why It Is So Important?

    Jayman Pandya: The BuzzWord ‘UX’, Why It Is So Important?

    WordCamp Nashik 2016Speaker: Jayman Pandya

    January 22, 2017 — Jayman’s Lightning talk, will move on explaining what experience and how the empathy is to the core to have a good User Experience. To support his statements, he will walk through with 3 examples

  • Brian Rotsztein: Keynote Address

    Brian Rotsztein: Keynote Address

    WordCamp Rochester 2016Speaker: Brian Rotsztein

    January 21, 2017 — The Path to Success with WordPress: Business, Blogging and Community

    WordPress is software like no other. Every fourth website you encounter was built using it. Creative skills are mastered with it. Businesses harness its versatility. It has the power to bring together people from diverse backgrounds. Yet to so many, it’s “just” software. As a blogger, web designer, marketer, educator, and entrepreneur since long before its existence, I’ve watched it grow into a worldwide phenomenon. My own path to success is intertwined with a decade of WordPress use. Clearly, there’s more to this software than just a free install.

  • John Blackbourn: Contributor Night #1 – Team Core

    John Blackbourn: Contributor Night #1 – Team Core

    WordPress Meetup TorinoSpeaker: John Blackbourn

    January 21, 2017 — Le Contributor Nights saranno dedicate a studiare e lavorare insieme: ogni mese selezioneremo uno dei team attivi su make.wordpress.org. Per alcuni team potremo contare sul supporto di lead, italiani e stranieri, mentre per altri ci auto gestiremo con lo studio, leggendo la documentazione, andando a vedere quali sono le discussioni attive su trac e su Slack.

    Per questa prima serata siamo felici di avere con noi John Blackbourn, WordPress engineer presso Human Made e uno dei WordPress Core developer, che ci aiuterà a scoprire il team Core.

  • Ivana Ćirković: Digital Strategy 101

    Ivana Ćirković: Digital Strategy 101

    WordCamp Athens 2016Speaker: Ivana Ćirković

    January 18, 2017 — Just what is a Digital Strategy and is it that much different from traditional marketing efforts? Is there «one-size-fits-all» solution for it and what are some key things you need to look for when creating it? In her talk «Digital Strategy 101», Ivana will explain all the important elements of creating and implementing digital marketing strategy and share with you why it’s important for every business or brand to have one.

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  • WordPress TV Shortz Episode 11

    WordPress TV Shortz Episode 11

    Speaker: John Parkinson

    January 16, 2017 — In episode 11 I talk about the Team Updates and Meeting schedules for the various Teams on make.wordpress.org.

  • Bruce Chamoff: Making Plugin Development Easy

    Bruce Chamoff: Making Plugin Development Easy

    WordCamp Cincinnati 2016Speaker: Bruce Chamoff

    January 16, 2017 — Learn the basics and some advanced tricks of WordPress plugin development as we code a new plugin from scratch live in the session. We will also dissect the Hello Dolly plugin and insert our own favorite song lyrics. This session will demonstrate how to create a complete plugin from scratch and make it work with any WordPress site. Topics covered include hooks, content manipulation, some of WordPress’ most powerful APIs that are utilized by plugins. By the time the session has completed, attendees will have the skills to develop plugins from scratch using simple PHP and the WordPress API.

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  • WordPress Community Interview With Amanda Rush

    WordPress Community Interview With Amanda Rush

    WordPress Community Interview SeriesSpeaker: Amanda Rush

    January 16, 2017 — Amanda Rush designs websites and web applications using various content management systems including WordPress, as well as testing websites for accessibility according to the W3C standards and for Section 508 compliance. She checks for usability with Jaws for Windows, Non-Visual Desktop Access, (NVDA), Window Eyes, System Access, and VoiceOver at Customer Servant Consultancy.

    For the full description of the interview, go to: https://blog.wordpress.tv

  • Steve Loar: Power-Up Your UI with WP-API and React.js

    Steve Loar: Power-Up Your UI with WP-API and React.js

    WordCamp Cincinnati 2016Speaker: Steve Loar

    January 15, 2017 — The new WordPress REST API comes with a lot of functionality out of the box. This functionality can be coupled with new, powerful JavaScript technology to create fast, responsive, interfaces. In this session I will attempt to show how to utilize the new WP-API to create a REST interface for serving up posts. I will then construct a simple UI in React to access and display those posts. Along the way we will touch on Bootstrap, Postman, Webpack, Redux, and React-Router.

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