There are so many great WordCamps going on that it’s hard to keep track of them all! But we’re committed to helping cover them as they come and go and provide you resources that are publicly shared via each one!
WordCamp Toronto finished early last month and the slides and decks are finally being uploaded and shared – there are some incredible presentations that were given that you may want to give a few seconds.
Like many WordCamps, they broke it out into Beginner, Intermediate, and Advanced tracks to help conference goers spend their time wisely. Here’s a master list that’s still being updated as well as two videos uploaded so far – I especially like Joe Rozsa’s presentation on images where he breaks down for beginners things like the difference between images size, DPI, PPI, and the like. It’s presentations like that that help even more people adopt WordPress faster!
Here are the tracks:
- Christopher Ross: Creating Your First Plugin, The Easy Way
- Al Davis: Intro to Template Hierarchy
- Arley McBlain: Breaking the Mould with Scoped CSS
- John Hartley: Responsive Web Design
- Rick Radko: Development Sites & Site Migration
- Chad Mohr: Faster Dev with WP Frameworks & Starter Themes
- Sam Xu: From Wireframe to WordPress Theme in 10 Minutes | Sketchnotes
- Marko Heijnen: Improved Image Manipulation
- Martin Kuplens-Ewart: Mobile Web Development
- Shannon Smith: Getting Started with .htaccess
- Kirk Wight: Fundamentals of Theme Development
- Taylor Dewey: User Centricity through Interaction Design
- Patrick Johanneson: Brandon University (Case Study)
- Chris Van Patten: Developing a Client Focused Admin Panel
- Brandon Hill: WordPress for a Large Site
- Paul Bearne: How I built hirshhorn.si.edu (Case Study)
- Nathaniel Schweinberg: Git, Capistrano and WordPress
- Mo Jangda: Debugging with WordPress
- Jeremy Clarke: Code Faster & Smarter PHP with IDEs
- Jonathan Davis: WordPress Remote Controller
- Brian Hogg: Working with Geolocation in WordPress
- Erick Hitter: WordPress Roles & Capabilities
- Frédéric Harper: WordPress on Windows Azure
- Randy Hoyt: Structured Data in WordPress
- Trevor Mills: Building Mobile Apps with WordPress
Did you attend Toronto’s WordCamp? Got some post-conference blog posts or photos to share or thoughts? Leave them in the comments!
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