James Roberts, Keith Devon, Kristof Van Tomme: Lightning Session

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May 29, 2016

How to automate your business by James Roberts

Have you ever timed how long it takes you to do those mundane, administrative tasks that comes with running any business? This time soon adds up, and if you convert this time into an actual monetary value based on how much money you make per hour on average, it is also quite costly. This talk is designed to show you how you can automate various parts of your business in a non-technical way, in order to reduce the amount of time you spend on admin.

High performance images in WordPress by Keith Devon

Responsive images landed in WP 4.4. Keith Devon will show us what this means for theme developers. He’ll also take a look at how to further optimise the images on your WordPress website.

Drupal vs WordPress, the battle for the clickers by Kristof Van Tomme

When I tell people what I do for a living, most people don’t know what Drupal is. So I tell them it is a lot like WordPress. Invariantly the next question is what the difference is between Drupal and WordPress… In this talk I want to do a comparison between WordPress and Drupal, and give you my take on what makes both of them popular in their respective markets.

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WordCamp London 2016 36

Speakers

James Roberts 1
Keith Devon 1
Kristof Van Tomme 1

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automatization 6
Business 9
Drupal 5
images 36
optimizing images 4
Performance 69

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English 4034

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