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  • Andrew Bergeron: Showing Off - The Art of The Portfolio

    Andrew Bergeron: Showing Off – The Art of The Portfolio

    WordCamp Los Angeles 2015Speaker: Andrew Bergeron

    October 8, 2015 — Your work may be stellar – but no one will ever know unless you present it in the best light. In a world where a Behance account can be set up in minutes, there is no excuse to miss the opportunity to show off just how awesome your work is. Since your first impression could be your last, it is critical to captivate your audience with not only the final-product you’ve created but also the brilliant methods you’ve used to build these solutions.

  • Linda Sherman: Social Media Marketing Tips to Boost Your Online Reputation and Your Prosperity

    Linda Sherman: Social Media Marketing Tips to Boost Your Online Reputation and Your Prosperity

    WordCamp Los Angeles 2015Speaker: Linda Sherman

    October 8, 2015 — Whether you are a web developer, web designer, content producer, author or agency; social media marketing should be a skill you command. Your WordPress website is the hub of your marketing but social media platforms represent important spokes supporting both marketing and customer service.

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  • Jeffrey Zinn: Speed Up Your Production

    Jeffrey Zinn: Speed Up Your Production

    WordCamp Los Angeles 2015Speaker: Jeffrey Zinn

    October 7, 2015 — Time is money, and time wasted is money lost. It is time to start identifying points in your development process that can be automated or sped up. We will review all the time-saving tips, tricks, and applications that I have incorporated over the years as a front-end developer. Fear not, back-end developers, much of this will apply to you as well! Time permitting, there will be a bonus round of time-saving applications I use to help run our business regarding bidding, time tracking, and invoicing. This will be an interactive presentation – while covering all these items, I am interested in alternatives you use as well. Let’s get all the ideas out there!

  • Sarah Pressler: So You Want to Work With(In) WordPress?!

    Sarah Pressler: So You Want to Work With(In) WordPress?!

    WordCamp Los Angeles 2015Speaker: Sarah Pressler

    October 7, 2015 — You read through WordPress for Dummies and thought, “I ain’t no dummy! I can do this!” Only to find out – you really didn’t LIKE messing with PHP files and you broke more than you built. But you love WordPress and really want to make a living leveraging your skills within the WordPress economy and/or community. Well, there’s definitely more to building a career in WordPress than stylesheets, hooks, and loops. From part time bloggers to full time CEO’s, WordPress offers a diverse array of options for the budding or seasoned professional. In this session we will explore different professional skill sets that are utilized by freelancers, small agencies and large WordPress companies. With an emphasis on investing in the community at large, we will cover how to network your way to the top! (Or, at least …. how to grow your career in WordPress!) This will be an informative discussion and I will open the floor for questions/comments at the end.

  • Edmund Turbin: Working in Harmony – Optimize Development and Content Workflows

    Edmund Turbin: Working in Harmony – Optimize Development and Content Workflows

    WordCamp Norrköping 2015Speaker: Edmund Turbin

    October 7, 2015 — Teamwork is a critical part of making your WordPress project a success. While defining a workflow and establishing development tools can help your team code together efficiently, it is equally important to establish processes for pushing content live.
    This session is intended for developers and site builders looking to fine tune the tools they use to work better as a team and will focus on development environment, deployment, workflow and processes.

  • Joe Chellman: My First Modifications – Child Themes and Feature Plugins

    Joe Chellman: My First Modifications – Child Themes and Feature Plugins

    WordCamp Los Angeles 2015Speaker: Joe Chellman

    October 7, 2015 — In customizing WordPress, most people look first for a splendiferous and fancy theme. There are thousands of options, so we can usually find something that gets us 80-90% of the way there. But heavens to Betsy, that last 10-20% can be hard to find! That’s why it’s good to learn how to make a child theme, which lets you keep almost everything while adding to or removing from your original theme safely. Most of this talk with cover the creation and use of child themes. This is an absolutely essential (and pretty easy to learn) skill for any WordPress designer.

  • Cemal Tashan: Senior Friendly Design

    Cemal Tashan: Senior Friendly Design

    WordCamp Los Angeles 2015Speaker: Cemal Tashan

    October 7, 2015 — An American turns 50 every 7 seconds. Those aged 50 and older represent 45% of the U.S. population. One-third of the internet users in the U.S., are adults aged 50+ representing the Web’s largest constituency. WordPress sites must be designed with this in mind. You will learn how to meet seniors’ needs from one of their own.

  • Jordan Quintal: WordPress Accessibility - Spreading the Word!

    Jordan Quintal: WordPress Accessibility – Spreading the Word!

    WordCamp Los Angeles, WordCamp Los Angeles 2015Speaker: Jordan Quintal

    October 7, 2015 — “Web Accessibility is not just for developers, there are plenty of things people can do to get involved. This presentation will focus on the different ways you can contribute to Web Accessibility and how you can help spread the word. We will cover some Web Accessibility fundamentals and why it’s important. From there we will go over the various ways you can communicate and increase exposure to Web Accessibility using various terms and avenues. Next we will discuss WordPress Accessibility specifically and the different aspects surrounding it. Finally, we will go over the different ways you can contribute to WordPress Accessibility.
    It’s well-known that there is power in numbers, so the more we can advocate the more we can evoke change.

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  • Dustin Meza: WordPress Upgrade Anxiety - 5 Steps to Having a No Surprise Upgrade

    Dustin Meza: WordPress Upgrade Anxiety – 5 Steps to Having a No Surprise Upgrade

    WordCamp Los Angeles 2015Speaker: Dustin Meza

    October 7, 2015 — WordPress upgrades, they bring us new features, faster sites, and better security. But pushing that upgrade button can be a scary moment, unless you’ve ensured your site is ready and compatible. I’ll show you the best practices for ensuring your site is ready including a simple strategy that works whether you manage one site or hundreds.

    Learning Outcomes:

    Understand the important of keeping WordPress upgraded.
    Create a 5 step test plan to ensure their site is ready to upgrade.
    Test their sites on beta and Release Candidates to provide feedback to the community.

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  • Holger Guggi: WordPress Responsive and Fast – Speed Index <1000

    Holger Guggi: WordPress Responsive and Fast – Speed Index <1000

    WordCamp Vienna 2015Speaker: Holger Guggi

    October 6, 2015 — How to make your responsive WordPress site render in less than a second.
    A step by step walkthrough of how to reach this critical goal on a responsive WordPress based site.
    Server side and front end key principles that you can put into practice on your very own WordPress site.


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