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  • Marianne Worthington: Become an Expert Your Customers Can Depend On

    Marianne Worthington: Become an Expert Your Customers Can Depend On

    WordCamp Omaha 2016Speaker: Marianne Worthington

    August 6, 2017 — Described as brilliant, awesomesauce, hilarious and so-engaging-you-will-forget-to-eat-your-snacks, Marianne delivers a client experience sure to exceed your team-building expectations. She is the founder of Work Warrior LLC, a company that helps small-business owners build wildly successful teams. Marianne teaches business owners how empower their employees to do more, so they can focus on what they love to do … build their businesses.

  • Josepha Haden: Contributing Without Code

    Josepha Haden: Contributing Without Code

    WordCamp Omaha 2016Speaker: Josepha Haden

    August 6, 2017 — Josepha comes from a long line of writers and was raised to be a life-long learner. She has a passion for language and storycrafting, a skill she practices on Josepha has over a decade of experience using SEO, data analysis, and content marketing to bring success and visibility to clients all over the world. Since 2010, she’s been working in her hometown of Kansas City to increase digital literacy and get more women in technology. Josepha works at Automattic as a community organizer for the WordPress open source project and can be found on Twitter as @josephahaden.

  • Andrew Wikel: Customer Information Security in E-Commerce

    Andrew Wikel: Customer Information Security in E-Commerce

    WordCamp Omaha 2016Speaker: Andrew Wikel

    August 3, 2017 — How to present and maintain a secure E-Commerce site. We will go over some details on PCI compliance as well as privacy policy and general web security.

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  • Kat Slump: Making Free Stuff Work for You

    Kat Slump: Making Free Stuff Work for You

    WordCamp Omaha 2016Speaker: Kat Slump

    July 23, 2017 — Kat Slump is a rising senior at the University of Nebraska at Omaha where she is pursuing a degree in IT Innovation.
    Kat has had experiences in a variety of areas — from development to marketing to design — interning at Interface School, Flywheel and Apple. In her spare time, Kat loves playing with her kitten, Swift, who happens to be named after her favorite programming language. She also has a love for fashion and blogging. You can find Kat on Instagram & Twitter via @katslump.

  • Adam W. Warner: A Beginner’s Guide to Successful Email Marketing

    Adam W. Warner: A Beginner’s Guide to Successful Email Marketing

    WordCamp Omaha 2016Speaker: Adam W Warner

    July 20, 2017 — Adam W. Warner discovered the world of WordPress in 2005 and has been working within the community ever since. To feed his entrepreneurial spirit, he founded several WordPress-focused businesses that provide education, plugins and consulting services for online business owners. He is a true product evangelist for WordPress in spirit and personality, and that also happens to be his job title at SiteLock. In addition to WordPress, Adam is passionate about his family, robots and of course, life, the universe and everything.

  • Andy Melichar: I Can Haz More Performanz

    Andy Melichar: I Can Haz More Performanz

    WordCamp Omaha 2016Speaker: Andy Melichar

    March 5, 2017 — There are many factors that go into making WordPress fast. Caching, minifying, optimizing, CDN’s, web servers, you name it! We’ll take an in-depth look at all the technologies involved in WordPress performance, and make it a little less daunting to go under the hood and start tuning. Yes, yes! You can haz more performanz, too!

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  • Will Riley: Server-side Performance

    Will Riley: Server-side Performance

    WordCamp Omaha 2016Speaker: Will Riley

    March 5, 2017 — WordPress is a great framework. What can we learn from other frameworks? What’s the most expensive things that can happen on, frankly, any website? In this talk, we’ll take a comparative look at different philosophies, tools, and methods to make WordPress sites blazing fast. After attending, you should be able to understand where bottlenecks can pop up in your sites. If you have questions, I’m open to answer them over coffee via Twitter!

  • Rob Ruiz: Admin Experience - The New UX

    Rob Ruiz: Admin Experience – The New UX

    WordCamp Omaha 2016Speaker: Rob Ruiz

    March 5, 2017 — Too often, UX is only considered on the front-end of a WordPress site design. Although that is very important, too many WP Designers/Developers stop there. We are going to go over tricks and methods to make updating and administrating WordPress sites much more user-friendly for the admin/site-owner/client. Using Custom Post Types, the WPDB API and some creative coding, we can make WordPress sites easier for ANY business and/or experience level of user to update and add content specific to their business. After all, content is king, so let’s encourages admins to add more!

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  • Josh Collinsworth: Easy WordPress Security for Everyone

    Josh Collinsworth: Easy WordPress Security for Everyone

    WordCamp Omaha 2016Speaker: Josh Collinsworth

    March 5, 2017 — WordPress security isn’t as difficult as most people think; the leading causes of hacked sites and malware tend to be some combination of misinformation and inaction. This talk aims to show folks how easy it actually is to keep your WordPress site secure, and offers simple steps to prevent issues like hacks and malware from ever occurring with implementations that any WordPress user can handle, from developer to user.

  • Trevan Hetzel: Super Fast WordPress Themes

    Trevan Hetzel: Super Fast WordPress Themes

    WordCamp Omaha 2015Speaker: Trevan Hetzel

    November 17, 2015 — Today’s web users have the need for speed. With internet and cellular connections getting faster and faster, users expect sites to feel snappy and not make them wait. We as developers must make sure we’re doing our very best to serve those pages quickly. This talk will focus on the things you should be doing, both on the front-end and back-end, when building WordPress themes.

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