August 4, 2014 — Git is a powerful version control tool every WordPress developer should include in their utility belt. But with great power comes great difficulty in learning how to use the darn thing!
August 3, 2014 — Integrated Development Environments (IDEs) and Debugging – discover what the fuss is all about!
August 3, 2014 — This session discuss’ the process of successfully transitioning from selling WordPress services to digital products.
August 2, 2014 — The Jetpack team migrated their primary development from the WordPress.org plugins repository to GitHub. This talk looks at why they made the change and how it’s affected their workflow.
July 27, 2014 — Whether your site is five pages or 500, it needs a strong foundation that plans for growth.
We’ll cover site maps, content strategy, user interaction and experience so you have a plan for your site now, and down the road. We’ll also touch on best practices for doing it all over again for mobile [hint: it’s not just shrinking everything down!].
July 26, 2014 — In my agency, we handle a couple of 1,000+ site multisite networks for the mortgage industry. This talk goes over the challenges we’ve faced, both technical and business.
July 26, 2014 — WordPress Multisite is great, but what most people actually want is multiple networks. In this talk (good for all experience levels), I’ll explain what networks are, why you’d use them, and how to unlock this powerful and hidden WordPress core feature.
July 25, 2014 — This presentation will change how you interact with your clients, colleagues and future employers. For designers and coders who want to see more of their work materialize, you’ll walk away with techniques you can start using immediately.
From this presentation viewers will:
1) learn how to sell your web designs,
2) understand how to better communicate with clients/bosses, and
3) build web designs without regret.