WordCamp Russia, 2014 – Contributing to WordPress

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WordCamp – An international conference covering everything related to WordPress. WordCamp WordPress is organized by the local community with an idea to share knowledge and network with other WordPress lovers.

WordPress conference invites one and all with no discrimination. Members with all skill levels are welcome. The speakers are invited from other countries and cities, and it gives a great chance to learn about WordPress face to face. Participation in the Wordcamp is the most simplest and enjoyable ways to do something for the WordPress community.

Event Details

Date:
August 9th, 2014
Time:
Saturday: 10:00 to 18:00
Location:
119072, Moscow, Bersenevskaya
naberezhnaya, 6, str. 3

Program:

Hall no. 1 – For users and entrepreneurs

  • 9:00 – Registration
  • 10:00 – Opening
  • 10:20 – What should be the ideal admin panel – Presented by Nilkolay Mironov
  • 11:00 – Break
  • 11:20 – Modeling content in WordPress: much more than just a “Blog” – Presented by Anna Ladoshkin
  • 12:00 – Break
  • 12:20 – WordPress SEO – Catch live bait – Presented by Pavel Karpov
  • 13:00 – Lunch
  • 14:00 – Stable site on WordPress, 5 things you need to know – Presented by Olga Goryaeva
  • 14:40 – Break
  • 15:00 – WordPress gunpoint hackers: what you need to know and how to avoid problems – Presented by Denis Sinegubko
  • 15:40 – Break
  • 16:00 – Doing business with WordPress – Presented by Andrew Ovseannicov
  • 16:40 – Break
  • 17:00 – 10 myths and misconceptions of WordPress – Presented by Alexei Vidanov
  • 17:40 – closure

Hall no. 2 – For advanced users and developers

  • 9:00 – Registration
  • 10:00 – Opening
  • 10:20 – All you need to know about WP_Query – Presented by Sergey Biryukov
  • 11:00 – Break
  • 11:20 – Profiling code in WordPress – Presented by Gennady Kovshenin
  • 12:00 – Break
  • 12:20 – Little- known Kernel functions WordPress – Presented by Alexander Strikha
  • 13:00 – Lunch
  • 14:00 – WordPress under load; Scaling and resiliency – Presented by Konstantine Kovshenin
  • 14:40 – Break
  • 15:00 – Working with Scheduled tasks in WordPress using Cron API– Presented by Vladimir Sklar
  • 15:40 – Break
  • 16:00 – Basics CSS preprocessors and their use in WordPress – Presented by Dmitry Mayorov
  • 16:40 – Break
  • 17:00 – How to go crazy in the development of major projects by WordPress – Presented by Eugene Kotelnitsky
  • 17:40 – closure

WordPress Russia is being held for the second time in Moscow. There are two tracks planned this year for users and developers and has up to 14 speakers and 350 attendees. For more information on the event and registration, please visit the site, http://central.wordcamp.org/wordcamps/wordcamp-russia-2014/

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