July 20, 2017 — Just getting started with WordPress and need to build a site? I’ll cover exactly how to do it! I’ll go over the basic elements you need to create a site (including domain & hosting) and also covering items to look for when selecting a theme. We’ll also cover the mistakes that some businesses make that prevent them from launching their site and how to avoid them.
July 20, 2017 — How to become artisan WordPress developer
July 20, 2017 — Amit Singh is the founder and CEO of WPoets Technology. He has been working with WordPress since 2007, and contributed his first WordPress plugin to WordPress.org repository in 2008. Since then he has helped organize various meetups, and conferences including PHPCamps, WordCamps, Joomla Days and Drupal camps in Pune.
Amit has given talks at different WordCamps in India including Baroda, Mumbai, Pune and also at WordCamp Kathmandu. He strongly believes that instead of coding websites, we should be able to assemble it, and he’s working towards that goal at WPoets.
July 20, 2017 — Blogger at Vaidus World, Vaidehi Singh has an enormous 9+ years experience of blogging. She also runs a Content Agency providing niche service to the clients across globe.
Her blog comprises of Hindi poems, short stories, podcasts and topics of social awareness.
-How to create Hindi content/blogs that can help in building a strong profile
-What all things should be kept in mind while drafting Hindi posts
-Right ways to create/post Hindi content on WordPress
-Digital tactics that should be used by Hindi bloggers
July 20, 2017 — Nirav is referred to as an Entrepreneur Geek. One who likes technology as much as businesses. Nirav has built a rather impressive track record over the last 17 years whilst which he launched India’s first electronic magazine at the age of 18, started a thriving web agency at 19, and was asked to exit the company he started at 30.
In his words, “We are Indian Developers. For most people, what China is to manufacturing, India is to software development. Cheap, Bulk, Inferior Quality. And let’s face the truth, for a large part, that argument is not wrong. Consider other people you’ve worked with so far. Do you think they have great talent? Are they very good developers?
July 20, 2017 — With a combined experience of over a decade, Ajit and Jayman, at WordCamp Udaipur 2017, will tell you who exactly is a WordPress Developer.
There is so much to grasp and explore to be an efficient and smart WordPress Developer.What exactly is needed if you want to call yourself a developer.
Code over Plugins, Smart approach over Solutions, Right Networking, What drives WordPress, Plugins, Page Builders, Backups, Extending Functionalites among others would be the keywords in the session.
July 20, 2017 — Suddenly your once small website has grown and there are tens of thousands of users or more! I’ll run through things you should do to ensure your growing web application remains at peak-performance so that users have a fantastic experience on your site. This talk is for the developers who build medium to large, complex WordPress sites that might handle a lot of users and interactions. We’ll go over 1) performance tips to keep your server fast, 2) development workflow optimizations to keep your team deploying continuously, and 3) UX and design pointers to make your website/app look and FEEL fast, even when it’s not.
July 20, 2017 — “As WordPress becomes an ever larger mainstay in the Enterprise world of Internet websites and applications, it becomes more important for developers to test their work’s ability to scale. While a piece of functionality may work perfectly fine with 5, or even 50, concurrent users, how does it work with 200? 500? 1000? Past WordPress itself, do the other pieces of the infrastructure such a MySQL, Redis, Varnish or other services keep up as the user requests pile up?
To answer these questions and more has moved well past the abilities of older load testing solutions. Apache Bench is fantastic, for example, but it doesn’t parse a page, gather information, and act accordingly. It can’t mimic a user working through a shopping cart, nor peruse all the mystery books on an online bookstore.
After several years of in the trenches load testing it’s been both my pain and pleasure to have worked through many different solutions as I’ve tried to find the One Load Testing Framework To Rule Them All. While the magic solution has yet to present itself, I’ve found a pretty good combination:
Elastic Beanstalk + Locust + CasperJS = A highly scalable, fairly easy to set up, functional open source load testing framework that meets 95% of my daily needs.
In this talk I will introduce the moving parts and walk through one of our more common load testing scenarios: A WordPress WooCommerce site. I will create the tests, run them, and go through the results to see where our bottlenecks are. Hopefully in doing so we can shed some light on how to test not only your code, but the other parts of your WordPress architecture.
July 20, 2017 — Adam W. Warner discovered the world of WordPress in 2005 and has been working within the community ever since. To feed his entrepreneurial spirit, he founded several WordPress-focused businesses that provide education, plugins and consulting services for online business owners. He is a true product evangelist for WordPress in spirit and personality, and that also happens to be his job title at SiteLock. In addition to WordPress, Adam is passionate about his family, robots and of course, life, the universe and everything.