July 3, 2009 — Micah Baldwin‘s presentation on measuring online influence at WordCamp Denver 2009
July 2, 2009 — Automattic’s Jane Wells‘ presentation on Open Source community at WordCamp Denver 2009
July 2, 2009 — Ben Huh’s presentation on all things ICanHasCheezburger and WordPress.
February 28, 2009 — Gil Asakawa from MediaNews Group Interactive talks about the role of blogging and community leaders in the future of mass media and publishing.
February 28, 2009 — Matt Mullenweg delivers the State of the Word to WordCamp Denver.
November 4, 2020 — or those of us that rely greatly on Advanced Custom Fields (ACF) for customizing our themes, the release of Gutenberg was and still is scary at times.
Have no fear! acf_register_block() allows you to create your own Gutenberg blocks using just Advanced Custom Fields.
You will learn:
– ACF & its awesome capabilities
– How to create Gutenberg blocks with ACF
– A few other handy ACF tips & tricks
November 4, 2020 — With new threats constantly emerging, how can website owners protect themselves and their business? In this session we will cover this crucial topic for SEOs and share several demos of these threats, plus how they can be prevented. Find out what Google is seeing in hacking trends, Googleâ€™s view on what HTTPS does (and doesnâ€™t do), and how to best address a hacked site.
Attendees will learn how to protect against SQL injection attacks, sanitize user generated input, and come away with other practical tips that can immediately be implemented to secure their sites.
November 4, 2020 — The WordPress HTTP API allows you to gather data from other parts of the web and present it however you wish. Weâ€™ll take a look at how itâ€™s done, while taking into consideration performance issues.
Weâ€™ll look at both examples of what can be done as well as code samples to accomplish specific goals.