March 19, 2020 — I’m the director of ChillyBin Web Design, a Singapore-based web design & development agency creating delightfully-designed, mobile-optimised, super-fast, and ultra-reliable solutions for businesses across Asia-Pacific.
March 19, 2020 — You know how to build a WordPress theme, you’ve written your share of plugins, you know all the secrets to transform a WordPress site into the application you need it to be. But do you like to solve problems by adding more options? Are you worried that “good enough” is not good enough?
Perhaps it’s time to work with an expert in web design, a professional who can enhance both the beauty and the usability of your creations. In this session we’ll discuss the importance of designers to WordPress development, how to decide when you need one, and how to find one worth working with.
March 19, 2020 — My ten years as a professional jazz musician has prepared me for the WordPress world in more ways than I could have imagined. What could these two disparate worlds possibly have in common? Well, as it turns out, tons. In this action-packed lightning talk, I’ll explore the parallels between the culture of jazz and the culture of WordPress. As it turns out, us WordPress lovers could learn a thing or two from jazz musicians – and vice versa.
WARNING: Immediately following this talk, you may find yourself making a beeline for the local record shop.
March 19, 2020 — So you have your WordPress site up and running and its awesome. But what’s next? Don’t let those pesky Rebels destroy your new site come learn about what you can do to keep your WordPress site in good working order after it is completed.
March 19, 2020 — “WordPress es una herramienta perfecta para crear un proyecto web profesional que permita convertirse en un modo de vida. Japonismo es la prueba de ello y contaremos cómo ha evolucionado y cómo hemos usado lo mejor de WordPress para conseguir un gran posicionamiento y reputación.”
March 12, 2020 — A bit of history: The web was built for sharing science
About CSIRO (and Data61), Australia’s premier science organisation
How we use WordPress, multisite and standalone
In-house development vs External (understanding the needs of a large government agency)
The challenges and our solutions: Custom themes and plugins, administering multiple sites
The future: Gutenberg?
February 21, 2020 — Bukhosi Mhlanga goes through the pros and cons of hardcoding VS using WordPress
February 10, 2020 — He is a multidimensional octopus with WordPress coloured ink and tentacles across the full stack. As a enthusiastic and slightly opinionated rule breaker he is inspired to make WordPress easy
His session will guide us to:
Themes are dead, long live the theme! Creating a ‘themeless’ WordPress website using 2nd generation page builders – for non-developers interested in total layout and design control.
February 10, 2020 — At the end of 2000, I first became acquainted with the internet and I had no idea back then that a mother of 5 and grandmother of 1 could have built a successful life that literally saved my own.
For the last fifteen years, I’m proud to say that WordPress, and it’s thriving community, has been a large part of my life. I’ve enjoyed making friends, attending WordCamps, and being part of Make WordPress.
The Internet has been a place where we share our joy. But what happens when life is interrupted? There are many things that will interrupt your life. Death. Divorce. Illness.
I’ve experienced all three. In this talk, I’ll share some of vital the lessons I’ve learned from being a part of such helpful and friendly community. Please join me during this session to not only hear my story, that many of us have experienced, but also for practical advice.
February 10, 2020 — With the release of WordPress 5.0 imminent the future of WordPress is brighter than ever. From personal blogs to the enterprise new capabilities and new ways to approach the WordPress platform are helping users of all sizes to make the most of the technology and their careers. This talk will provide a glimpse of that future and our places, as a WordPress community within it with a focus on the future of WordPress as a platform where we can do more than just participate to get the most out of it.