July 17-19, 2015
Ohio 4H Center at OSU
- WordPress 101
From installing WordPress to using themes, plugins and adding content, we’ll walk you through getting started with the world’s most used content management system.
- WordPress 201
For those a little further along, we’ll help you understand WordPress’ page templates, hooks, action and filters, custom post type and fields, child theming and more. Everything you need to further your skills as a WordPress developer.
- The WordPress API
It’s SO fancy, you don’t even know.
- Developers Hackathon
It’s a quick paced, team effort to build something useful from a set of data from OpenData.org chosen the day of Camp. Sharpen your skills and maybe even show off a little!
- Contributor’s Day
The software that is WordPress is created by people just like you: developers, implementors, marketers, teachers, bloggers. Learn how you can lend your talent to the WordPress project.
- Business Development
Learn from other WordPress agencies and freelancers how to increase your business’ revenue, efficiency and awareness.
Friday and Saturday at the Ohio 4H Center at The Ohio State University (9AM – 5PM)
Sunday at the VUE in the Brewery District (11AM – 4PM)
Drew Jaynes is a WordPress docs committer and recently lead the 4.2 release. He lives and works in Denver as a Web Engineer at 10up, a distributed digital agency focused on making publishing and content management easy and fun. 10up donates half of Drew’s time to contributing back to core and the community.
While working towards a career transition into technology (where his real passion lies), Rich stumbled upon WordPress, and let’s just say it was love at first site! Since then, he has submerged himself in all things WordPress; developing WordPress sites and attending, speaking at, and organizing WordCamps and meetups while discovering his own WordPress voice. When he’s not knee-deep in achieving Career 2.0, Rich works full time in Supply Chain and teaches Web Development at a local Community College, evenings and online.
Seth is a self starter and has worked in the web design industry since 2001. He has owned a web design firm since 2005 and built over one hundred websites for small business owners and large companies throughout Utah and Arizona. In 2009, he developed Event Espresso, an event management system for WordPress.