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  • Mayo Moriyama: Organizing a Meetup in Your City

    Mayo Moriyama: Organizing a Meetup in Your City

    WordCamp Denpasar 2016Speaker: Mayo Moriyama

    December 5, 2016 — Did you know that last October, Japan had 25 meetups more than other cities? Attending and organizing local meetups is a great and enjoyable way to learn a lot of things! I’ll share with you how my life has changed by organizing meetups and how you can start organizing and being involved in local meetups in your neighborhood or city. This year we saw many cities starting meetups in Southeast Asia. In this session, I’ll talk about the variety of these events and share some tips and tricks

  • WordPress Community Interview With Katarzyna Janoska

    WordPress Community Interview With Katarzyna Janoska

    WordPress Community Interview SeriesSpeaker: Katarzyna Janoska

    December 5, 2016 — Katarzyna Janoska resides in Łódź, Poland and is a front-end developer with OnTheGoSystems. She recently spoke at WordCamp Gdynia and talked about being a team member on a distributed work force.

  • Mike Selander: Peering Into the Process of Code Reviews

    Mike Selander: Peering Into the Process of Code Reviews

    WordCamp Stockholm 2016Speaker: Mike Selander

    December 4, 2016 — “We all make mistakes. A missing semicolon. An unused variable. Debugging statements printing. Any of this sounding familiar yet? All of these bugs and errors can be caught effectively with a peer code review process. In addition, code reviews can help with knowledge transfer, creative problem solving and team morale when done right.
    In this talk we’ll cover the basics of peer code review: tools to help with the process, tips and tricks, main benefits and potential downfalls, and some solid examples you can take back and convince your boss with.”

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  • Ulrich Pogson: Building Multilingual e-Commerce Sites

    Ulrich Pogson: Building Multilingual e-Commerce Sites

    WordCamp Stockholm 2016Speaker: Ulrich Pogson

    December 4, 2016 — I recently built wpzoo.ch to sell a few WordPress products. It is available in English and German.
    I would cover the challenges and decisions that I needed to make and how it has worked out for us.

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  • Noel Tock: Moving Forward in WordPress

    Noel Tock: Moving Forward in WordPress

    WordCamp Stockholm 2016Speaker: Noel Tock

    December 4, 2016 — WordPress has created many opportunities for people all around the world, so many people are curious about how it could help them grow. In his talk, Noel will discuss the path to success for anyone interested in working with WordPress, remote working or generally being part of this movement.

  • Piotr Soluch: How To Run a WordPress Company And a Family of 5 and Not Go MAD.

    Piotr Soluch: How To Run a WordPress Company And a Family of 5 and Not Go MAD.

    WordCamp Geneva 2016Speaker: Piotr Soluch

    December 3, 2016 — This is slightly different talk than most of WordCamp talks, but I believe it’s equally important.

    With WordPress scene becoming more and more competitive, the stress factor on WordPress professionals is higher than ever. At the same time we need to take care of our families and friends which is equally important. The pressure mounts up and it often leads to emotional and physical problems. I’ve experienced it first hand and after several months of dealing with a burnout I started being very proactive about it.

    In this talk I would like to share my experiences related to:
    – what leads to burnouts and other problems
    – how to deal with it
    – how to avoid it
    – how to balance work and family life

    This is a topic very few people talk about. But a lot of people deal with. Hopefully my talk will help someone.

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  • Silvan Hagen: The WP REST API Is a Game Changer

    Silvan Hagen: The WP REST API Is a Game Changer

    WordCamp Geneva 2016Speaker: Silvan Hagen

    December 2, 2016 — The talk will be for beginner to novice programmers and front-end people I’d say. The following topics will be covered:

    – What is the WP REST API?
    – Examples of the WP REST API in the wild
    – Using the REST API in a WordPress front-end
    – Using the REST API in the WordPress backend
    – A decoupled App built with the REST API
    – Extending the REST API
    – Thoughts on the future of WordPress with the REST API
    – Questions/Discussion

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  • Mahangu Weerasinghe: Support First - Standing Behind Your WordPress Products

    Mahangu Weerasinghe: Support First – Standing Behind Your WordPress Products

    WordCamp Kathmandu 2016Speaker: Mahangu Weerasinghe

    December 2, 2016 — Mahangu Weerasinghe hails from Colombo, Sri Lanka. He first found WordPress when he stumbled upon 0.70 in the dark recesses of #wordpress on Freenode. He has used and provided support for every major release of the software, and is excited about the impact the platform can have on South Asia.

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  • Mika Epstein: Behind the Curtain - Reviewing Plugins for WordPress.org

    Mika Epstein: Behind the Curtain – Reviewing Plugins for WordPress.org

    WordCamp Montreal 2016Speaker: Mika Epstein

    December 2, 2016 — Have you wondered what goes on when a plugin is reviewed? Want to know tips and tricks to making your plugin pass on a first go? Curious about what happens when a security issue is revealed in a plugin? As the representative for the plugin review team, I handle everything from reviews and reports to sock puppets and trademark infringements, and I can answer your questions about all of it.

  • Michele Butcher: Demons in the Closet

    Michele Butcher: Demons in the Closet

    Speaker: Michele Butcher

    December 2, 2016 — We spend a lot of time in front of a computer without any social interaction. Sometimes that is great. Sometimes that causes demons to get in your closet. We will talk about the stuff no one likes to talk about. How to handle depression, social anxiety, and keep yourself healthy mentally and physically.