November 6, 2016 — Nathaniel will be sharing how The Power of Exposure to the Internet and WordPress has impacted and changed his life since 2011. He will be speaking about how WordPress as a tool has triggered a passion for solving problems, building and designing web solutions that led him to his latest venture. He’ll encourage the local WordPress community to contribute to changing lives in the bigger Cape Town area.
February 9, 2016 — WordCamps are great, but how do you get the most out of your attendance at these events? More to the point – how do you get the most out of WordCamp Cape Town 2015?
WordCamps are about more than just listening to talks and (if you’re feeling confident) asking a question or two. There’s a whole host of other things to do, people to meet and so much more. In this introductory talk, Hugh will shows you just what you can do to make this year’s WordCamp Cape Town a hugely rich experience that will leave you changed forever.
October 25, 2013 — Nicsocks – selling limited edition socks online with WordPress. A presentation at WordPress Meetup Cape Town
February 4, 2019 — In an ideal world everyone would automatically feel safe and welcome in tech spaces, both at events and in the workspace. But, in reality, creating an inviting space requires work. This talk covers some principles and practices that can be implemented to make a space welcoming for everyone.
February 4, 2019 — How getting involved with the WordPress community changed my life.
February 4, 2019 — Have you ever wanted to contribute to WordPress, but just don’t know where to start? In this panel we will bring together a group of experienced WordPress contributors to discuss all the varied ways that you can easily become involved in the WordPress project.
February 4, 2019 — In May 2016, Harare, Zimbabwe was selected to host a WordCamp Incubator. This led to the birth of a local WordPress community. Thabo will talk about what it took to get the WordPress community in Harare started, and what you can do to grow your community.
February 4, 2019 — Content Management Systems (CMSs) like WordPress, Drupal and Joomla have bridged a huge gap when it comes to content creation and it’s wide spread. They has given a voice to many folks who otherwise would not be heard. When we talk about content creation, we are also talking about templates, wizards, and other tools we use to modify content. As I’ve seen this growth in Africa through my work and my involvement with CMS Africa, I will speak about my love for open source content management and how in Africa it has created a level playing field between the technologically capable and those who don’t consider themselves geeks.