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Favorite WordCamp Talks

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A view of the final panel discussion at WordCamp San Antonio 2017.

WordPress is more than a product: for many of its users, it’s also a diverse community of capable, passionate people. An important part of Pressable’s work with the WordPress community is our team’s participation in various WordCamps as sponsors, organizers, volunteers and speakers. In today’s post, we’re celebrating the WordPress community by looking back at some of our favorite WordCamp talks from the past year.


Karl Kevilus: Teaching the FBI to Photoblog with WordPress

WordCamp US 2016

Karl’s talk about his past work with the FBI was the last type of client work we expected to hear about at a WordCamp. It’s also a fascinating example of the many ways in which WordPress is reaching people.


Stefanie Young: Responsive Design

WordCamp San Antonio 2016

Stefanie is one the funniest WordPress gurus we know, and she gave a mean intro to responsive design at WordCamp San Antonio 2016. Whether you’re counting on your theme to make your site responsive or you’re wondering what responsive design is all about, there’s something to be learned from Stefanie’s presentation.


Zach Stepak: So, You Want To Sell Online?

WordCamp Chicago 2017

E-commerce is the hot topic in WordPress circles these days, and Zach Stepak does a great job of covering the things that first-time e-commerce store owners should consider. There’s a lot to learn, and Zach’s talk is a smart place to start.


Adam Warner: You Created a Plugin. Now What?

WordCamp Orange County 2017

Adam has done many things in the WordPress community. His talk on plugin development bridged development-specific insights with business practices, mirroring the challenges faced by new plugin developers. If you’re starting out as a plugin developer, we recommend checking out Adam’s session.

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