April 23, 2013 — Practical techniques, tips, tools, and resources to help test, troubleshoot, and proactively address common WordPress plugin and theme issues.
May 7, 2013 — This talk will showcase some of the awesome helper functions in WordPress core. These functions will break down into three categories:
1. Display helpers: This will cover some of the cooler display oriented helper functions
2. Data helpers: This will cover some of the useful functions for manipulating, getting, and returning data
3. Action helpers: This will cover some of the useful functions for executing functionality
March 10, 2013 — This presentation talks about offline and online tools and resources to help you brainstorm topics for your blog, produce great content for your audience, and distribute that content to your online communities.
March 27, 2013 — All the great ideas in the world won’t amount to much if you don’t know how to execute. Chris shares insights into high performers and a habit or two that will help get your projects “done, done”.
April 17, 2013 — This presentation covers the many options of how to format navigation when building a responsive site.
April 18, 2013 — Plugins are a major part of why WordPress powers millions of blogs and websites around the world. The ability to extend WordPress to meet just about any need is a powerful motivator for choosing WordPress over other alternatives. Having written several plugins, I’ve come to learn many of the ins-and-outs of WordPress plugin development, and this presentation is a culmination of several things I think every WordPress plugin developer should know.
April 22, 2013 — The WordPress ecosystem continues to expand, due in large part to an ever-increasing array of themes and plugins that are released on a daily basis. And while there are plenty of free options out there, many WordPress companies are doing quite well selling themes and plugins, and you’ve decided you want in on the action. But just because you can write a plugin over a weekend, do you know how to sell it? How will you market it? Will you offer support? How will you handle refund requests? Have you even thought about those things?