Catherine Winters had the second session in the afternoon UX track. She talked about how to expand our conception of what a WordPress site is. “Oftentimes many of us can tell, at a glance, when a site is using WordPress.” It’s the ones that surprise us… Continue reading →
Toby Mckes, a WordPress developer at I Can Has Cheezburber, gave the second talk at WordCamp Developers on the theme options panels their sites use. CheezCAP is the custom theme options panel they’ve open sourced. Cheezburger runs over 50 sites on WordPress.com VIP. CheezCAP, which… Continue reading →
Ray Villalobos, who flew all the way out from Florida, opened the development track at WordCamp Developers with a talk about HTML5, CSS3, and WordPress integration. He posted his slides before the talk as well. Ray is an author at Lynda.com and runs a course on… Continue reading →
Up in Vancouver today for WordCamp Developers. Getting ready to watch the keynote interview with Lorelle and Nacin.
Traveling up to WordCamp Developers and snapped this somewhere north of Seattle. It’s an 8 hour train ride from Portland but taking Amtrak seriously beats flying. Power outlets, great leg room, and no security or liquids to hassle with.
I posted my slides from the Edit Flow talk I gave at WordCamp Seattle the other weekend. The talk was a 5 minute Ignite presentation. It was a lot of fun condensing a plugin like Edit Flow to 5 minutes.
This weekend Alex and I drove up to WordCamp Seattle. It was the third WordCamp I’ve been to and while driving home I started relating those WordCamps to the journalism conferences I’ve been to over the past few years. WordCamps ground themselves in software, so an… Continue reading →
I’m driving up to Seattle early this morning for WordCamp Seattle. There’s a great set of speakers lined up for the main part of the day. At the end I’ll be giving an Ignite talk about Edit Flow. You should catch the live stream of talks… Continue reading →