December 31, 2013 — Pankaj shows the huge potential of the learning industry, and how every individual and company spends most of their time as well as resources on training. This talk plants the belief in everyone that with eLearning on the rise, every individual has a potential to tap into this growing market and reap the rewards. He shows you the Why, What and How of “eLearning on WordPress”.
December 31, 2013 — This session goes through an overview of Vagrant and the crazy cool stuff that can be done as well as an introduction to a framework that addresses some of the more common server scenarios of 2013.
December 30, 2013 — More users are using mobile to access online content. And with a bit of tweaking, WordPress can be the backbone to create and maintain location-aware content – useful for local searches, as the content to a mobile app, and more.
December 29, 2013 — This presentation explores the structure of WordPress and how it can be utilized to build a social network where every user has full control of their content and privacy. It discusses ways of implementing such a system with examples.
December 29, 2013 — You, and your client(s), need to determine which theme framework (if any) are appropriate for the project, which plugins can be utilized to meet the goals of the project and determine which aspects of the project require custom development to account for features that existing plugins do not currently cover. Managing expectations and properly scoping out a project is key to successful project management, both for you and for your client.
December 27, 2013 — This presentation discusses the move to using an agile design process, how to translate the agile manifesto for software development to the WordPress design process and introduce the audience to tools used to facilitate the move to a more modern way of designing WordPress websites.
December 27, 2013 — WordPress is not just for blogs anymore. This presentation takes a look at current trends in the WordPress development world, from large corporations to small personal blogs, and the best practices used in building them.