September 6, 2017 — Finding the best way to organize your code is one of the hardest parts of coding custom plugins and themes. Determining the best way to architect your code can prevent nightmare situations from surfacing in the feature. No more taking forever to add new features! No more breaking unrelated pieces of code that haven’t been touched! No more nightmares when refactoring code for compatibility with a recent WordPress update!
September 5, 2017 — Milan lives and breathes WordPress: he’s the WordPress.org global translation editor, WordPress Serbia lead and one of WordCamp Europe organizers. One of the lecturers of the WordPress Academy in Serbia, giving talks and free WordPress Workshops. WordCamp volunteer, speaker and organizer. Member of Theme Review Team.
In spare time he holds WordPress lectures and collects WordCamp T-shirts.
Working as a Web developer at Devana Technologies, company behind ManageWP.
Look him up by @lanche86
September 5, 2017 — Emanuel Costa is the guy who wears many hats at High Tech Web, INC, the web agency he owns in Las Vegas.
We talk about his involvement in WordPress, the presentations he has given and plans for future WordCamps.
Emanuel attended the DefCon Conference, which was held in Las Vegas at the end of July 2017. This is a Hackers Conference and first began in 1993.
September 4, 2017 — Being a freelancer or working for an agency is hard. It seems like you’re always under pricing your projects and you have to put in extra hours just to finish the project. Or you’re over pricing your projects and your clients are upset at what they got. I’ll show you how to scope projects (in particular e-commerce projects) so that you and your clients are happy with the results and you both want to work together after the project.
September 4, 2017 — Do you know what is available in PHP 7.1? Do you know how it changes how we build websites? If you are still a procedural and don’t plan on changing, skip this session. Otherwise, join us for a 20 minute whirlwind tour of the new tools in your toolbox.
August 31, 2017 — Daphnée is a Product Manager at Human Made, a leading international WordPress Agency and a WordPress.com VIP partner, that has over 40+ employees, and is operated 100% remotely. Her passion for travel made her quickly adopt a location-independent lifestyle, and develop a massive interest in a flexible work culture. Today, she tries hard to inspire others to do the same.
Today’s technology and connectivity allows us to achieve the extraordinary. Remote work not only enables WordPress companies to access the best talents in the world, but, is also becoming an incredible opportunity to empower work-life balance, and happiness at work. It’s definitely changing the rules for the future generations. However, it also comes with a big list of new challenges, including miscommunication, and isolation. The aim of this talk will be to discuss the impact of a remote workforce in India, as well as sharing best practices and tools to succeed at online collaboration.
August 31, 2017 — Developing premium plugins and targeting them to the global market: our experience and advice.
August 31, 2017 — He’s the community lead for Random Hacks of Kindness (RHoK) Bangalore. He has taught in China, Tajikstan, Kirghizstan, different parts of India over past 20 years. Loves Open Source and Technology for good.
Yogesh loves using WordPress because of the community around and its FOSS principles. He will be speaking on the topic – Hacking for humanity with WordPress.
As a community lead of Random Hacks of Kindness, Bangalore he has a rich, and beautiful experience of leveraging the power of the technology community, to work for the common good (or to borrow his words “hack for the good”).
August 31, 2017 — Podcasting is a steadily growing medium and a perfect means to build a following around your service, product, or idea. In this session you will learn how to use a branded podcast to build authority in an industry, gain access to new communities and people, and learn more about your target audience.