November 30, 2020 — Most of WordPress becomes easier as you learn. Color starts out easy and becomes harder as you dive deeper into the subject.
Our goal is to dive deep enough to give you new understanding that makes you a better developer and designer but not so deep as to cause damage—well no permanent damage.
This is a lot of information to cover in 37 minutes so please be prepared for a fast ride.
November 24, 2020 — His topic will cover about the power of WordPress in an enterprise level. He will talk about, flexibility & editorial workflows for publishers with WordPress. He will also delve into capabilities and management for large teams, and will share more details about guiding enterprise businesses, online publishers, and eCommerce stores towards all-around web solutions using WordPress.
November 3, 2020 — Speed matters. People are impatient. If your website or a client’s website doesn’t load quickly – within a just a couple of seconds – many visitors will abandon it completely. A slow site means lost time & revenue. But figuring out how to speed up a slow site can be HARD. Everyone’s got a suggestion and an idea for how to fix your performance issues, but most are just guesses, and not based on real data. STOP GUESSING. If you have a performance issue, or just want a faster site, you need to KNOW exactly what is slowing things down, and how to fix it. This talk will show you how.
November 3, 2020 — This talk will include:
lessons learned from our personal experiences looking for work at everything from partnerships to VIP agencies
when to work for yourself and when to hire on with someone else,
and then job trends in 2019 that open up opportunities for people interested in moving away from the traditional opportunities in development and design.
November 3, 2020 — Come learn about how you can use WordPress to power and amplify your voice online, and reclaim the web from the walled gardens for the user!
October 30, 2020 — WordPress is often used to build websites for nonprofit organizations. Nonprofit needs are slightly different in that they usually require online giving solutions, and they are often trying to address several distinct audiences such as donors, volunteers, clients, and the general public. Today we’ll tour a few nonprofit websites that are built on WordPress, learn about an online donation form plugin called Give, and talk about helping multiple audiences navigate your website along with some other capabilities often needed by nonprofits.
October 30, 2020 — WordPress is powerful software with a large, diverse community — even if you know how to use WordPress, it can be hard to know how to get started in the community! In this session, Angela will share lessons learned from one year of participation in the WordPress community, including key terminology, an overview of the teams and skills that build WordPress, and tips for cross-discipline communication, all with the goal of helping you get involved.
October 30, 2020 — Learn how Newark Public Schools (NJ’s largest school district – 40,000 students; 70 schools) cut their annual web site technology budget in half by migrating to WordPress from a closed-source, proprietary, expensive, vendor-controlled SaaS CMS. Hear stories from the trenches about budget battles, angry/clueless technology vendors and frustrated administrators from one guy with a vision to disrupt the market and bring better web site technology to our public schools.