Links from WordCamp Raleigh 2014

I attended WordCamp Raleigh at NC State this last weekend. I’d been hoping to make it an excuse for an AAUW WordPress discussion for the webmanagers in NC (and nearby) who use Site Resources?(AAUW’s hosted multisite for branch and state websites).That didn’t work out, but here’s the list of links that I could find for the presentations. I expect them all to be on WordPress.TV soon. If you want any of my notes, contact me or post a comment.

Thanks to all the speakers and organizers!

Slides from WordCamp Raleigh 2014

*Attended and have my own notes – @nes49

BT: Beginners Track, PU: Power Users Track, DT: Developers Track.
27 sessions in 9 timeslots over Nov. 8/9, 2014
See WordCamp 2014 Schedule and List of Speakers for more details:

BT1: Ray Mitchell, Create Your Podcast Platform on WordPress,

PU1: Anthony Navarro, Money for Nothin?! ? How to start a lucrative Web Development Business for No Money Down*

DT1: Will Haley, Angling Angular in WordPress

BT2: Lynn White, 10 Mistakes Newbies Make When Just Starting with WordPress and How to Avoid Them*

PU2: Jake Aull, SEO Strategy for WordPress Sites & Blogs

DT2: Glenn Ansley, Developing Ecommerce Sites with iThemes Exchange

BT3: Melissa Eggleston, What We Know about Website Users*

PU3: Michael McNeill, Things you should know about WordPress (but were afraid to ask)

DT3: Justin Sternberg, CMB2: The Metabox Strikes Back

BT4: Tony Zeoli, The Power of JetPack* (no slides, just tour through pieces of JetPack)

PU4: Dee Teal, Responsible [digital] home ownership

DT4: Jordan Cauley, Gulp.js

BT5: Eddie Burroughs, Building a Real Estate Website

PU5: Jeff Matson, Stop Eating Resources and Optimize Your WordPress Site

DT5: RC Lations, Using Data to Power the User Experience
From WCMaine2014:

BT6: Melodie Laylor, More (Mis)adventures in Nonprofit Web Design*

PU6: Allen Moore, The Art of Untethering: How is Your Work/Life Balance
promised at:

DT6: Julien Melissas, Roots: the starter theme that will make you a better developer

BT7: Kelly Phillips, 5 Things You Shouldn?t Do with a WordPress Plugin*

PU7: Steven Sorenson, Multilingual WordPress
Slides from WordCamp Tampa 2014:

DT7: William Earnhardt, Managing Multisite: Lessons from a Large Network

BT8: Adam Sewell, Set up Shopp- e-Commerce on WordPress

PU8: Steve Mortiboy, Getting Started with WordPress Development*

DT8: Micah Wood, Using Composer with WordPress

BT9: Cole Watts, Offline is the New Online

PU9: Peter Baylies, WordPress Server Security: Best Practices

DT9: Josh Levinson, A Modern Design Process*


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