November 14, 2019 — Many WordCamps do not have contributor days or hackathons… many organizers hold back thinking they can’t provide a “good enough” experience or maybe their local community isn’t “developer focused.” There are also camps that have done these in the past and want to learn more ways to improve the experience for future events.
There are also contributor day / hackathons that don’t involve WordCamps (language transition day, WordPress.tv captioning, etc.). Explore the potential for local or online single-day events that cover the space between a regular meetup and an annual WordCamp.
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.
March 8, 2015 — This talk covers the basics of website hosting. It does not make recommendations as to who to host with, it will help yous understand the terms used and the concepts that are bandied about.
November 13, 2014 — Numbers Used Once (NONCE) are important tools for developers. Many developers however don’t understand what they are or or how to properly use them. This session takes the red pill and dives headfirst into the rabbit hole. When we emerge, you’ll know the tools available to you, both built-in and add-on. Along the way we will stop for tea and discuss Sessions, just because the rabbit hole wasn’t deep enough.
September 15, 2014 — Numbers Used Once (NONCE) are important tools for developers. Many developers however don’t understand what they are or or how to properly use them. In this session we will take the red pill and dive headfirst into the rabbit hole.
When we emerge, you’ll know the tools available to you, both built-in and add-ons.
Join me for this enchanted journey, learn something new, refresh your knowledge, and groan at the bad jokes and tortured metaphors.