June 20, 2016 — In this session, Jeff discusses his accidental fall into the WordPress community, and how it has changed both his personal and professional life forever (and has the tattoo to prove it).
June 17, 2016 — WordPress as a product requires WordPress as a community to ensure a long future. Chris will share insights from 21 years in software, and how the future of WordPress relies completely on something that only you can provide it.
May 30, 2016 — In May 2015 a chain of encounters led a small group of strangers to meet, on and offline, and revive the WordPress Italian Community. After endless hours of chats on Slack, we have regular monthly meetups in half a dozen cities, contributor meetings and at least 3 WordCamps planned for 2016. This is our story and we hope it can be your community’s story too.
May 12, 2016 — «Storia, breve ed a tratti simpatica, di una comunità rinata» parla dei primi passi della nuova comunità di WordPress Italia, dal WordCamp Europe a Sofia al WordCamp Torino, passando per la riorganizzazione dei Meetup in giro per l’Italia.
April 20, 2016 — We all have to start somewhere. You might be new to WordPress, but that doesn’t mean you don’t have something to say. In this talk, I’ll share my journey from WordPress newcomer to experienced speaker and how everyone, regardless of their skill level, has something valuable and worthwhile to share with the community.
April 19, 2016 — This talk will show the key milestones of how TECHcetera is creating a thriving media platform. This talk will be particularly interesting to those who have a small readership and want to keep their editorial independence while growing their audience. The key takeaway: Keep producing great content every single time.
April 12, 2016 — This talk consist of two parts.
1. Attending and organizing a local meetup. What is it that makes the tech industry so eager to meet up? Why are you here at WordCamp Torino? What hidden treasures can be found when attending a gathering of developers? What value do we all get from it? Even though there isn’t a single answer to answer all these questions, I’ll give a couple of answers to help you understand.
2. Organizing a local meetup So what if there’s no local meetup to attend? I’ll give some basic tips and tricks to help you start your own, successfully!
March 10, 2016 — Una mappatura puntuale di alcune delle risorse e degli strumenti di base utili per imparare a usare WordPress, partendo dalla considerazione che per imparare a usare WordPress, lo strumento migliore è usare WordPress, contribuire al suo sviluppo (anche partecipando attivamente, ad esempio attraverso l’attività di traduzione) e considerare la sua Community come risorsa principale
February 20, 2016 — Community – WordPress doesn’t just happen overnight. For them to be successful, they take people to show up, contribute back, grow with it and most importantly to incorporate new people into the fold. It is ongoing, it requires attention and it needs people like you and me to speak up. A small fraction of people carry the weight of helping it thrive, but the great thing is that despite all that, we all benefit from the community no matter who contributes. In this talk I will cover some known, and unknown tips and tools for making the community work for you and your business, and also help to put back more into the community than what you take from it.
February 15, 2016 — WordPress in Africa