June 21, 2016 — A verdade é que muita gente tem medo ou receio de começar a contribuir por não saber como começar ou não se achar bom o suficiente para levantar alguma contribuição.
A ideia é mostrar como ser fácil contribuir e como qualquer pessoa pode fazer isso. A palestra irá abordar de maneira divertida e informativa o desenvolvimento voltado para o open source. Apresentando os pontos positivos e negativos de contribuir 500 dias seguidos em projetos de código aberto.
O objetivo final é motivar e mostrar como é fácil contribuir em projetos abertos.
June 8, 2016 — With the power of open-source you can do just about anything with your WordPress site which means you can *sell* just about anything. I’ll be walking through how you can sell all the things. Physical products, digital products, subscriptions, bookable products, configurable products, donations, etc are all possible with your WordPress site. I’ll cover WordPress plugins, 3rd party services, and some best practices for building an e-commerce site.
May 31, 2016 — Open source outside the realm of software
I’ll talk about how the philosophies behind open source software apply to many other areas of life too, particularly sports, health, and other areas of technology, and I’ll give some examples of it in action.
Your local meet up is only a few steps away
If you’ve been in the WordPress community for a while, you’ve probably heard someone say that you should really organise your own local meetup, if there isn’t one yet. Right. That’s easier said than done, isn’t it? Where to start? What do you need for a local meetup? Are people going to show up? We’ll cover the basics for getting started with your own local meetup!
Teaching WordPress to Kids: What it taught me
I run a Code Club for 10 – 11 year olds at my son’s school and as well as teaching them Scratch, HTML and other technologies, I’ve been using WordPress to teach them how to create their own websites. In this talk I’ll share my experiences and look at what it taught me about learning WordPress and how easy (or not) it is to learn site admin with WordPress.
May 30, 2016 — The basic idea of WordPress was to redefine online publishing by allowing anyone to easily publish their articles. More than 10 years later, we used WordPress as an open source publishing platform to build a website for one of the largest cities in Croatia. I’ll tell you a story of how the city of Rijeka decided to go with open source software and how the people reacted to everything being open sourced as well. One of the first large-scale “design in the open” projects in Croatia is defining standards for future web development. We’re discussing the web design process, sharing knowledge with the public and asking citizens to be a part of the redesign effort. By delivering designs, HTML and CSS, WordPress theme and documents like Content Strategy and Accessibility Guidelines – we’re redefining what the public website should look like. And with the help of WordPress we’re promoting the power of publishing and transparency. Last but not least – I’ll tell you how the city of Rijeka helped us organise our first WordCamp Croatia in 2015, by believing in the power of WordPress.
May 12, 2016 — The talk discusses the aspects of WordPress being GPL, and why it’s important for WordPress users, developers and businesses alike.
April 5, 2016 — MariaDB è un fork di MySQL il database relazionale, sviluppato da una community sotto licenza GNU GPL che intende mantenerlo come software libero.
Con ottimizzatore avanzato delle performance di MariaDB e le sue specifiche caratteristiche si possono facilmente migliorare le performance della tua applicazione.
April 5, 2016 — Lors du podcast Very French Trip du 30 octobre avec Aurélien Denis, à l’invitation de Grégoire Noyelle, Thierry Pigot et Mathieu Viet, nous avons discuté des différents sujets concernant l’organisation et le fonctionnement de communautés open source WordPress et Drupal. Il semble même que la discussion aurait pu durer toute la nuit, … Il est apparu que nos projets et communautés ont des points communs et des différences qui sont intéressantes à connaître et peuvent être des sources d’inspiration et améliorations croisées.
Cette conférence vous propose d’expliquer comment ça se passe côté Drupal :
revue de projets
approche entreprises et gestion des clients
environnemental du software
February 15, 2016 — The open source community works because of the amount of knowledge that is shared between people. Although everyone has knowledge and experiences to share, many do not feel they have anything worthy of saying.
In this talk, you will learn that everyone has something to share, how to generate talk topics based on conversations you have every day with your peers, and discuss the different methods of sharing – not all of it is on a stage.
We will also review the impact of the share mentality and how it is helpful even for your business.
February 3, 2016 — What would happen if schools were powered by free and open source software? What if students were trusted and given the freedom to explore and experiment with their school-issued devices?
The results may surprise you.
Free and open source software has fueled Penn Manor School District’s classrooms for over a decade. The strategy culminated in a high school 1:1 learning program, where students received 1700 school-supplied laptops exclusively loaded with Linux and open source software.
Charlie will tell the unusual story of how Penn Manor applied open source principles to better prepare students for college, careers and beyond.
Central to the program is a student apprenticeship, where high school students form the core of a sophisticated help desk team, and write code used by their peers everyday.
January 7, 2016 — The story begins with a simple, but valuable, warning from experience: that even the best developers can fall victim to the pressures of routine. This talk discusses how results can quickly be replaced by burnout and imposter syndrome.
The cure for Jason was a WordPress plugin framework, purpose-built to rediscover his confidence and fall in love with coding all over again. We follow his journey back to development bliss through the challenges of creating space for experimentation without the usual client pressures, transitioning from pet project to collaborative product, and learning to accept that it’s okay not to know everything.
The success (and failures) of the experiment soon fed into the philosophy of Big Bite and began to influence everything from how they worked to the environment they created for their staff, as well as how they communicated with clients and gave back to the digital community.
Learn the ways in which open source can be embraced, from the smallest acts of personal knowledge sharing to the broadest business practices.