November 2, 2013 — This talk discusses tools used to automate the development process.
October 31, 2013 — Panelists discuss their experience running a WordPress Development business. The panel will be moderated by Morten Rand-Hendrikson.
October 28, 2013 — Making the WordPress back-end do what you need it to do can be tricky. When setting up the back end, it’s important to set it up in such a way as to make it easy for your client to understand.
October 23, 2013 — This talk shows you some common techniques to fine tune Jetpack as a developer.
October 22, 2013 — This talk introduces the Pods Framework for WordPress as a tool to build and manage highly customizable sites. Applications for this range from custom taxonomy and content types to complex, multi-edit pages and posts. (This is a real time demonstration – no slides available.)
September 28, 2013 — This talk goes over the design of large, custom plugins that transform WordPress into an application platform. Using OOP can help assist with structure and efficiency. It goes over how to use existing WordPress functions that aid in the process and it touchs on the differences between developing for multi vs single site installs
September 15, 2013 — Creating sites for a specific client is one thing, but creating them for the masses is completely different. This panel of commercial theme and plugin authors answers questions about anything and everything.
September 8, 2013 — This presentation guides you through the development cycle of a typical WordPress project from installation to product deployment. It discusses why PHP developers should consider using WordPress for future projects, compares WordPress with other development platforms, and discusses security and best practices. It also covers theme and plugin development as well as provides a look at job opportunities and making money in the WordPress ecosystem.