Thanks to the livesteaming from WordCamp San Diego this weekend, I was able to attend their event even though I was 3000+ miles away in Michigan. Great speakers and excellent presentations!
I had a great time tweeting (#wcsd) with other attendees and following up with speakers on questions about WordPress. I gained new knowledge about WordPress multisite and client branding, thanks to Andrew Norcross and Brad Williams.
Shoutout to the conference organizers, Dre Armeda and Tony Perez, for all their work organizing WordCamp San Diego; special kudos for the livestream of both developer and end user tracks.
Speaker Slideshows and Code
- Aaron Campbell: Integrating WordPress with External Systems
- Wes Chrychel: Strategy For a Successful WordPress Project
- Brandon Dove: How to Sell Premium Plugins & Still Be GPL
- Chris Ford: Information Architecture for WordPress (PDF)
- Joachim Kudish: Git and WordPress: Workflows and Case Studies
- Cody Landefield: Custom Goals and Custom Themes
- Chris Lema: WordPress for your Start Up/Small Business
- Robert Nienhuis: Planning & Prepping A Design For Development
- Andrew Norcross: Stay Classy, WordPress (customizing the Admin UI) (Gist)
- Gary Magnone: SEO with WordPress
- Andrew Spittle: Using WordPress as Your Publishing Hub
- Zach Tollman: Caching for Coders (GitHub)
- Lance Willet: Theme Busters R Us
- Brad Williams: WordPress Multisite
- Steve Zehngut: How To Fix a Bad UI
- Jeffrey Zinn: Hooks
If you know of other WordCamp San Diego 2012 slide decks/code I haven’t listed, add them in the comments and I’ll update the list. Thanks!