November 29, 2013 — How do you determine if your site is living up to potential? This presentation tackles that question and discuss ways to gather information about how visitors interact with your website. It discusses how to use the information you gather to answer important questions about your sites (business) performance.
November 29, 2013 — WordPress has it’s own testing environment. Integrating PHPUnit with the WordPress testing framework can not only improve your code quality, but also your architecture. This talk walks through the process of integrating these environments into your plugin development for more efficient code and easier feature development.
November 28, 2013 — This talk presents a number of ways on when to use jQuery and how you can write efficient code with an emphasis on performance. It covers important techniques like event delegation and lazy evaluation, the how-to’s on being cognizant of performance factors and speed gains from various code enhancements.
November 27, 2013 — This session takes a trip through the proper way to size and optimize photos using Photoshop and Google +s photo editing capability to make sure the maximum upload size limits of WordPress sites is always met, whether it’s 2MB or 32MB before it becomes an issue.
November 26, 2013 — After a brief overview of web typography as a whole this presentation discusses ways to improve your sites readability, typographic style, and shows how some of this can be made easier with WordPress.
November 26, 2013 — WordPress is known to power websites for individuals, small businesses, news outlets, and educational institutions. We are at the tipping point of WordPress gaining acceptance, over traditional enterprise tools, within corporate controlled environments. This session reviews four websites built, using WordPress, for well-known big business corporations.
November 19, 2013 — Learn how community newspapers in California have replaced their proprietary publishing systems with WordPress. This presentation looks at themes and plugins developed by these newspapers, illustrating many outside the box uses of WordPress.