October 9, 2013 — This talk presents on the idea of going beyond standard WordPress plugin development. It is primarily focused on creating an ecosystem with plugins that reaches beyond WordPress.
September 9, 2013 — Five minutes of fast-paced, highly-engaging content.
How WordPress Saves Lives & Moves Governments
September 8, 2013 — This presentation combines captivating case studies that will broaden your sense of what’s possible with a look at off-the-shelf plug-ins and tools like Edit Flow that you can put to work immediately to improve your publishing workflows. From managing unique layouts like a grid or interactive map, to curating reader-submitted or ingested content, to staging big changes.
August 20, 2013 — Создание адаптивных сайтов требует новых подходов не только к дизайну или верстке, но и управлению контентом. Может ли привычная и устоявшаяся система, такая как WordPress, справиться с такой задачей? Посмотрим, какие инструменты она предоставляет для этого и чего нам все еще не хватает.
July 29, 2013 — The Washington Post used a user-centered design philosophy to radically shift our development process to launch dozens of successful new blogs, platforms and tools in the past year. This philosophy is the reason why we use WordPress. This presentation explores the importance of empathy, brainstorming, rapid prototyping, testing and iterating and how to incorporate these methods to build better products, faster.
July 29, 2013 — Matt answers questions from the audience after delivering the State of the Word 2013.
July 28, 2013 — This presentation examines the pitfalls of “winging it” when it comes to changing and deploying code, and showcases multiple paths to the promised land of confident commits and delightful deploys.
June 29, 2013 — Ian Stewart’s intro-presentation and greeting welcoming everyone to Winnipeg’s first ever WordCamp.
Ian also talks about his transition from a Graphic Designer to a Theme Wrangler.
June 4, 2013 — In 2003, Mike Little and Matt Mullenweg took control of an abandoned blogging platform – and turned it into the CMS which today powers 18% of the web.
In this interview recorded at the WordPress 10th birthday party held in Manchester, England, Mike tells Code For The People’s Simon Dickson the story of those early days – from his first exposure to computers in the 1970s, to the fateful comment left on Matt Mullenweg’s blog, to his rather slow realisation of what WordPress had become.