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Wordcamp Columbus, 2014 – An event to look forward to

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Wordcamps are basically casual, locally-organized conference for members from casual users to core developers to exchange ideas and build networks. It’s all about educating oneself on how to use WordPress and create awesome contents and sites for the web.

Wordcamp Columbus is back with its sixth year, offering 3 days sessions and workshops for WordPress users, developers and businesses in Central Ohio.

Date Schedule:

August 1-3, 2014 – Fri, Sat and Sun

Friday includes a dedicated workshop for beginners, to help them set up and start using the website from scratch. Saturday is dedicated to all, from beginners to core developer; this will help them learn more about WordPress and an after-party to end with. Sunday will be all about giving back to the WordPress community and networking.

A “Happiness bar” will be available throughout the day on Saturday; this cool and fun session will assist the attendees to solve their queries by asking questions to WordPress experts and developers. The three days ticket include snacks, lunch, the after-party and much more.

Sessions:

  • Building Communities on BuddyPress – Presented by Michael Eisenwasser
  • WordPress for business: Measuring the success of your website – Presented by Mike Whaling
  • Foundation + WordPress: A Framework for Success – Presented by Mike Whaling
  • Security – Things you should do - Presented by Doug Triplett
  • WordPress as a Web Portal/Intranet – Presented by Phil Trimple
  • Actions, Filters, and basic Ajax – Presented by Jake Snyder
  • Beyond Blogging: WordPress as a money maker – Presented by Matthew Russo
  • Congratulations! You are having a WordPress Site! – Presented by Joe Rozsa
  • Getting your development off of MAMP – Presented by Brian Retterer
  • Dealing with a Lockout – Presented by John Parkinson
  • Google Chrome as Web Development and Design learning tool – Presented by Samie Murch
  • Creating your first plug-in using an external API – Presented by Eric Katz
  • Using Frameworks and child themes – Presented by Phil Hoyt
  • Short for Shortcut – Presented by John Hartley
  • Streams on Steroids: Custom post formats – Presented by Tom Harrigan
  • Advanced sites deserve advanced custom fields – Presented by Steve Grunwell
  • Getting the most out of WordPress on Azure (Advanced) – Presented by Matthew Groves
  • More than a Webhost: Leveraging the Azure cloud for your wordpress site – Presented by Mark Greenway
  • Building WordPress sites with Angular JS and the RESTful plug-in JSON API – Presented by Eric Greene
  • Diving into Google Analytics: What Matters – Presented by Nathan Driver
  • Modern front-end workflow for theme development – Presented by Paul Cook
  • Before you build: UX, design, and content strategy – Presented by Betsy Cohen
  • Get structured…Get Schema! – Presented by Mitch Canter
  • Plugins 101 – 7 awesome plugins everyone should be using – Presented by Angela Bergmann
  • Typography and Web fonts – Presented by Maria Averion

Venue:

Compusuites
5000 Arlington Centre Blvd
Building 2
Upper Arlington, Ohio 43220

Ticket:

Individual – $40
With each ticket you will receive the following:
Three-day admission to Wordcamp Columbus
A Wordcamp Columbus 2014 T-shirt
Lunch each day you choose to attend
Admission to the after-party on Saturday night

For more information on the Wordcamp, or to register as a volunteer or a sponsor, please visit, http://central.wordcamp.org/wordcamps/wordcamp-columbus-2/

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