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Saturday, Aug 02 (09:00 AM) @ NY Marriott at Brooklyn Bridge
 
        

        

        

        
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Cost:  $40
 
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Location: 
NY Marriott at Brooklyn Bridge, 333 Adams St, Brooklyn
 
 
 
Description
Renowned designer Sara Cannon, Creative Director at Range, will expound on modern techniques in her talk, “Smart Design“.

Drew Jaynes of 10up will take us on a tour through WordPress documentation efforts beyond the Codex.

Security expert and author of Professional WordPress Brad Williams will present “Writing Secure WordPress Code“.

Suzette Franck, a WordPress Evangelist at Media Temple, will lead a beginner session on “Understanding WordPress Core Functionality“.

Adam Silverstein, also of 10up, will show us how to incorporate Backbone.js into our projects with “Put a little Backbone in your WordPress!”

Philadelphia WordPress designer, developer, and instructor Tracy Levesque will offer techniques for leveling up with “6 Ways to Up Your Theme Game“.

WordCamp Europe organizer and Chief Product Officer at Human Noel Tock will present “Beyond the Code,” helping us to develop ourselves and get “in the habit of shipping”.

Senior WP dev at Reader’s Digest and fellow WCNYC organizer Mikel King will go through the finer points of caching, clustering and tuning in “High Performance WordPress“.

Syed Balkhi, an expert in building popular websites (WPBeginner, List25) will present “Tools to Better Manage and Grow Your Blog“.

Cal Evans, Developer Advocate for Pantheon and PHP-FIG member, will cover the concept of Numbers Used Once in “NONCE Upon a Time in WordPress“.

Core WordPress contributor and Automattician Mel Choyce will lead us through the current WP design landscape in “WordPress Design Trends“.

WordCamps are casual, locally-organized conferences covering everything related to WordPress, the free and open source personal publishing software that powers over 75 million sites on the web.

Everyone from casual users to core developers participate, share ideas, and get to know each other. At a WordCamp you will learn about how to use WordPress and create awesome content and sites for the web, but that’s not all. You will also be able to network with other designers, developers, business owners, freelancers, bloggers and more. It’s an event where you can learn, connect, and have fun!
 
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