August 17, 2016 — Did you attend PreCamp? Did you leave with a wealth of information but feel like you need a little bit more? You’re in luck! This session will build upon the foundation that was established during PreCamp.
Even if you didn’t make it to PreCamp this year but you consider yourself in the early stages of your WordPress learning curve, this session is perfect for you too.
In particular, we’ll dig deeper into the following:
A Divi Demo – A popular WordPress page builder theme
Selecting specialized plugins based on your specific site requirements. For Example: E-Commerce, Directory Management, and Image/Event Heavy
Healthy website checklist for ongoing growth and success of your site.
July 3, 2016 — How to integrate Composer – PHP package manager – into process of developing WordPress websites: where to start, what tools could be used, what changes in workflow should be made. People would get practical advice on how to start with configuration examples and common problems solution. That’s the real-world case that my team and I use on everyday basis.
June 21, 2016 — Anota senha, perde senha, acessa painel, atualiza os plugins. É fazer isso em um site pode ser fácil, mas e quando você administra mais de 50 sites? Essa palestra vai mostrar como gerenciar uma grande quantidade de sites de um jeito fácil e prático.
June 17, 2016 — This talk will cover two main sections:
1.- What is Agile? I will go through the 12 principles of the Agile manifesto, explaining what is Agile and how important it is on websites development projects
2.- Why WordPress is a good fit? I will explain how WordPress as a mature platform is a perfect fit to:
– Satisfy the customer,
– Involve changes even late on development,
– Deliver working software frequently,
– Team content collaboration,
– Release features frequently, allowing progress through the project,
– And because of the platform itself, how easy is to integrate any kind of projects from a simple blog through a complex e-commerce solution.
June 17, 2016 — You’ve designed it, you’ve built it, you’ve launched your new website – job done, right?
Nope – your adventure has only begun!
In this session we’ll review what “website security” really means, why it matters, and how exactly to implement basic security best practices such as:
– Controlling user access to your site,
– Using (and managing) strong passwords,
– Applying updates to Core and Plugins,
– Installing and configuring security plugins,
– & How to back up your site easily, effectively, and automatically!
June 17, 2016 — En esta ponencia se analizarán las principales novedades legislativas tras la anulación de Safe Harbour, en relación con el alojamiento de datos personales en servidores ubicados en EEUU.
June 16, 2016 — You took the dive, spent your money and now you have a brand spanking new WordPress website. Congratulations. Now what? Every day businesses face that very question. The daily care and feeding of your website is more important and more work, then its building. In Mark’s presentation he will talk about four factors that every website owner/manager needs to consider every day. We will talk about why you have a web site, the number one thing you can do to improve your site, how to tell if it is working and what to do about it.
May 12, 2016 — Whether your site is five pages or 500, it needs a strong foundation that plans for growth. We’ll cover site maps, content strategy, user interaction and experience so you have a plan for your site now, and down the road. We’ll also touch on best practices for doing it all over again for mobile.
December 13, 2015 — WP_CLI is a powerful tool, even right out of the box. But it can be made to do so much more. This talk will discuss extending WP_CLI by adding your own commands. Whether for simple site maintenance or helping to manage clients learn to utilize WP_CLI to it’s maximum extent the right way with tips on adding commands, handling input and output and making sure that users can figure out just what your command is doing. This is an advanced talk appropriate for intermediate to advanced developers.