June 28, 2014 — Going over basic plugins that are helpful for beginners. How to install plugins from both search and upload methods. Answer group questions on what plugins are available that they are looking for.
June 5, 2014 — Functionality in a WordPress site usually requires a variety of plugins, all that need to work together. Sometimes, plugins need to be extended and modified. Brad went through how to build a plugin that supports extensibility and modification, without hacks. This was an interactive session, where everyone in attendance shared their tips and tricks for extending plugins.
June 4, 2014 — Una solución eCommerce con WooCommerce – el caso MyCoolCactus.
An eCommerce solution based in WooCommerce – MyCoolCactus
June 2, 2014 — Ben nos enseña cuál es el modelo de negocio de Wysija y cómo crear un plugin con el modelo Freemium en WordPress.
Ben shows us which is the business model behind Wysija, and how to create a plugin with a Freemium model based in WordPress.
June 1, 2014 — With over 30,000 plugins and over 5,000 themes out there in the wild west of the Internet, it can be an intimidating job finding just the right ones for your WordPress sites. This presentation covers all of the best techniques for finding quality plugins and themes that you can trust, and what you can to do to avoid messy upgrades.
May 18, 2014 — This talk covers Nick Ciske’s experiences with sponsored plugins, building premium plugins (while running a consultancy), working for a premium plugin shop, and other lessons gleaned from the WordPress community.
March 16, 2014 — Whether you are designing a WordPress website for your own small business or spend your days building websites for other companies this talk will be a valuable resource for you.
December 25, 2013 — This talk introduces Fieldmanager and demonstrate what was done for KFF, and show how to get started using Fieldmanager on your own.
December 16, 2013 — The Model-View-Controller design pattern is a popular technique to help structure applications in a way that is flexible, modular, and easy to maintain, but it hasn’t received much attention within the WordPress community. This session introduces the basic principles of MVC and show some practical tips on how to implement them in a WordPress plugin.