June 19, 2020 — While WordPress does need to be more open to youths and the next generation, it’s also vital to realise that the next generation needs to embrace WordPress. Otherwise, WordPress will become another relic like MySpace, AOL, and even Facebook. Why are these platforms relics? David’s talk will explain all.
The audience will be quickly shown why it’s important to pay as much attention to the “next adopters” as it is to advancing technologies like Gutenberg, REST API, and accessibility. The talk will explore what the community can do to be more open and receptive – from organisers to developers.
November 19, 2019 — Is there a topic you are itching to discuss but it didn’t make it into the speaker lineup this year? Is there a plugin you just have to tell everyone about? Here is your chance to be a part of the WCUS speaker lineup and make that topic a reality.
April 15, 2016 — If you never heard or seen BuddyPress before, then we start off BuddyCamp Miami showing you how to install and configure BuddyPress. Then we will take you through each of it’s main features including members, groups, messages, forums and more. We’ll show you how to configure BBPress for forums (both site-wide and group forums). Finally, we will examine some useful themes and plugins for BuddyPress.
December 10, 2015 — BuddyPress is a powerful plugin that adds a social network to your site. But as users who haven’t used BuddyPress much or at all, we might not realize it’s power and flexiblity. This talk will introduce you to BuddyPress. Then it will show you how to start seeing the possiblities BuddyPress can offer and how to creatively intergrate it into sites you’re building for agencies, small businesses, enterprise clients, higher-education, and even your own personal projects. When we’re done, your mind will be filled with exciting new ideas of how to build better and cooler websites for your clients and yourself… all thanks to BuddyPress!
July 11, 2015 — We start off showing you how to install and configure BuddyPress. Then we will take you through each of it’s main features including members, groups, messages, forums and more. We show you how to configure BBPress for forums (both site-wide and group forums). Finally, we will examine some useful themes and plugins for BuddyPress.