November 3, 2014 — Lighting Talk:
After building WordPress sites for many small and medium sized businesses, I thought it would be “fun” to pitch WordPress as a solution for some corporate web projects. I have since built over a dozen websites using WordPress for Corporate America. I learned that the benefits of WordPress seen by corporate clients are different than smaller business clients. Here I share what it is about WordPress that Corporate America with the goal of growing the permeation of WordPress in the enterprise CMS market.
July 6, 2014 — The JSON REST API (WP API) is coming to WordPress Core in WordPress 4.1. Come to learn more what the JSON REST API is, why this upcoming feature is a game changer for WordPress as an application platform, and leave with some examples of how you can be using or extending it today. This talk walks through examples of how to make HTTP requests to view resources through the API, and authenticating to perform more sensitive actions such as creating, editing, and deleting resources. Learn about all the resources available within the WordPress JSON REST API from our documentation, including: posts, pages, post_meta, taxonomies, comments, users
November 26, 2013 — WordPress is known to power websites for individuals, small businesses, news outlets, and educational institutions. We are at the tipping point of WordPress gaining acceptance, over traditional enterprise tools, within corporate controlled environments. This session reviews four websites built, using WordPress, for well-known big business corporations.
November 30, 2012 — There is no dominant screen size anymore. Visitors are viewing the web on devices with screen resolutions that vary from the tiny (240×320) up to massive retina displays (2880×1880). The question isn’t if you should be developing responsive sites, but how to make sites responsive as painlessly as possible.