The Schedule!

Time Track 1
Content
Track 2
Design
Track 3
Development
Track 4
Campfire (e’erbody gather ’round)
8 am Registration Opens
9:00 am WordCamp Kick Off – featuring Ed Morrissey and The Evolution of WordPress
10:00 am Ryan Markel
Getting Started with WordPress – How to set up and maintain a WP site.
Reshma Chattaram Chamberlin
That’s a WordPress site? Wow!
Chip Bennett
Wordpress 3.4
Caren Libby
How WordPress can help you land your dream job
11:00 am Alex Wolk
WP + SEO: Tips, Tricks & How To’s
Casara Drury
Design Envy: the possibilities of WP
Randy Hicks
Hooks & Filters
Panel of WP users
Core Plugins everyone should know
12:00 pm Lunch
1:00 pm Danielle Oser
101 Ways To Promote Your WordPress Baby in the Real World
Mary Baum
Typography
Nile Flores
Custom Post Types
Eric Juden
How to use Multisite
2:00 pm Nick Gilham
Getting Social, a roadmap to seamless WP integration
Allison K. Jones
Select a Theme that’s right for you.
Joshua Ray & Alex Rodriguez
Best Practices & Admin Customization
Panel Discussion
Help! I got hacked: The normal person’s guide to staying safe(r)
3:00 pm Brandon Dempsey
WP & Marketing
Eric Johnson
Tuning your WordPress theme for mobile presentation and performance
Nathaniel Schweinberg
Why Responsive Design Isn’t Enough – A Developer’s View
4:00 pm Chris Miller
Using WordPress for Podcasting/Videocasting
Ron Strawbridge
How to increase WP UX
Peter King
eCommerce
5:00 pm Making Awesome Stuff, STL Showcase & Closing Remarks by Ryan Markel
6:00 pm WordCamp After Party- St. Louis City Museum

5 Responses to The Schedule!

  1. This looks like it’s going to be good. I wish I could fit this in. I’m really hoping to see the slides from some ( most) of these presentations.

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  3. Mike Winslow says:

    I’m registered but have never been on the Maryville campus. A map would be helpful or building. Maybe it’s not an issue.

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