July 26, 2014 — WordPress Multisite is great, but what most people actually want is multiple networks. In this talk (good for all experience levels), I’ll explain what networks are, why you’d use them, and how to unlock this powerful and hidden WordPress core feature.
May 8, 2014 — WordPress’s Role Based Access Control? OMG BBQ! This talk is all about how WordPress user roles work, how you can completely break your site with them, and how you can extend them to do really cool things with plugins (using bbPress as an example.)
December 1, 2013 — This session discusses how WordPress Rewrite Rules API integration for BuddyPress 1.8 was planned, architected, built, and patched.
November 9, 2013 — This session is a panel discussion with audience questions about BuddyPress with Tammie Lister, John James Jacoby, Boone Gorges, Paul Gibbs and Raymond Ho.
November 8, 2013 — This session talks about the history and the future of BuddyPress and bbPress.
October 19, 2013 — WordPress is lucky to have not only a vibrant online community, but a myriad of local, face-to-face, WordPress communities. But, if you don’t have a local community in your area, how do you start one? What can you do to maintain an active, flourishing, local group?
October 4, 2013 — Anything and everything you’ve ever wanted to know about bbPress and BuddyPress, a guided Q&A with John James Jacoby.
September 7, 2013 — This presentation teaches you how to improve the way you work while building WordPress plugins and themes and shares some common mistakes (even ones the pros make) and explains how you can avoid them.
August 7, 2013 — This presentation showcases some favorite BuddyPress and bbPress installations. It explains what makes them great, why they’ve succeeded, and provides tips and tricks you can implement to take your BuddyPress and bbPress powered site far beyond the blog.
November 11, 2012 — BuddyPress and bbPress (the bb’s as I like to refer to them) share more than just a similar sounding name; they both include user profiles, and BuddyPress even includes group forums too. In this session, I’ll talk about why you would use which one, and how you can best build a community using them both.