Schedule

Saturday, July 14
8:00 Registration: Breakfast sponsored by WP-Engine
9:00 Opening Remarks
Networking for Introverts from Diane Darling
Beginner Project Management / Freelance Developer
9:30 Everything You Need to Know About Turning Your WordPress Site into a Lead Generation MachineDavid Wells It’s Gotta Be Easier…Simplifying the theme building processAl Caldarone & Stephanie Schechter Why we CAN have nice things: The future of Front-End Development and WordPressK. Adam White
10:15 WordPress Can Do ThatJess Jurick Selling WordPress: Roping, Scoping and Closing DealsRoss Beyeler Optimizing WordPress for Speed and ScaleBen Metcalfe
11:00 Tom’s Best WordPress Blogging TipsTom Catalini Management Strategies for Successful WordPress ProjectsMatthew Dorman WordPress as a web app frameworkSam Hotchkiss
11:45 Lunch sponsored by ZippyKid
Beginner Power User / Intermediate Developer
1:15 Content that CaptivatesJeff Cutler My Favorite Twenty Eleven Display HacksLiz Manicatide Developing an automated workflow for front end developmentAaron Jorbin
2:00 SEO & WP: Killing it in 2012Casie Gilette Future of SEORamesh Kumar Microdata for SEODave Ross
2:45 Guerrilla Podcasting, Soup to Nuts: Using WordPress and Awesome!Lanna Lee Maheux Avoiding Disaster: Setting Up Your Local Development EnvironmentJon Heller Enterprise-class WordPressJake Goldman
3:30 Break: Snacks sponsored by A Small Orange
Marketing Power User / Intermediate Developer
4:00 Easy Peasy e-Commerce with WordPressJonathan May From PSD to WordPress Theme: Bringing designs to lifeDerek Christensen Going Mobile: From 960 to 320Chris Cochran
Marketing Power User / Intermediate Multisite
4:45 Everyone’s a Publisher: Create Awesome Content, Not NoiseJanet Aronica Creating Content With ShortcodesJon Bishop Save Your Code: One Codebase, 9 Blogs with WordPress Multisite Using Sub-domains and SubdirectoriesMeeky Hwang
5:30 Closing Remarks
7:00 Reception sponsored by Oomph
Sunday, July 15
Beginner Education & Government Design
12:30 The Psychology of Social Media: Harnessing Psychological and Behavioral Connections to Develop Content StrategiesMichelle Goodwin The Future of Civic Engagement and EducationDaniel Sullivan Responsive WordPress ThemingJesse Friedman
1:15 Why the @#@#$ Isn’t WordPress a CMS?John Eckman Making WordPress Child’s Play: Using WP to create class websites for PreK-12 ClassroomsJon Moss Improving Usability in the WordPress Admin InterfaceSean Butze
Marketing Education & Government Design
2:00 Shopping for a Shopping Cart SolutionReiko Beach Putting the “Social” Back in Social Media: Building Community Through BloggingAdam Engel Old, New, Borrowed, and Blue: Updating “Kubrick” to CSS3/HTML5George Stephanis
2:45 Break: Snacks sponsored by Wordnik
Marketing Multisite Developer
3:15 Engaging & Growing Your Audience Beyond The Blog PostDouglas Hanna Developing for a (relatively) high-traffic WordPress Multisite install using GitHubKevin McCarthy Moving Beyond the Codex: Learning WordPress from ItselfErick Hitter
4:00 21 Optimization Secrets of Top Media CompaniesFrederick Townes Social Networking with BuddyPressChristina Dulude JavaScript Actions and Filters in Core: Hooked on JavaScript works for me!Luke Gedeon
4:45 WordPress Workflows ExpandedGregory Cornelius Andrew Nacin Presents Something AwesomeAndrew Nacin
5:30 Closing Remarks

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  3. Can the three SEO sessions on Saturday be rescheduled so that they take place consecutively? Thanks.

    • Kurt Eng says:

      We didn’t want the schedule this way as the intermediate and developer SEO will be increasingly more advanced than the beginner. Never to fear! All sessions will be recorded!

  4. Kurt – Good to know about the recordings, but I’m confused by your answer. I asked if the Saturday SEO sessions, from beginner to more advanced, could be offered consecutively, i.e., one after another, instead of all at the same time. Thanks.

  5. Vicki Mills says:

    I just saw the schedule and the three SEO sessions all at the same time. Ack! I know it’s last minute, but I want to echo Marcia’s request that these be given at different times if at all possible. WordPress SEO is a particular reason for my attending, and I was so disappointed to see these sessions run concurrently.

    • Kurt Eng says:

      Hi Vicki,

      We did this on purpose for logistic reasons. All sessions are recorded and we will have a Happiness Bar for you to ask questions as well.

  6. When will the recordings be available? Do you have any from last WordCamp so we can see if they are of good quality? Thank you.

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  8. Bill Dennen says:

    Marcia, last year’s videos are here: http://wordpress.tv/event/wordcamp-boston-2011/