Class Schedule – Sunday February 26, 2012

* Session topics and speakers are subject to change.

The third and final day of Wordcamp Phoenix has been designed with two goals in mind: To help you relax and assimilate all of the knowledge you’ve gained over the previous 2 days of content, and to provide a space for you to collaborate with other like minds in a largely unstructured format known as an “unconference.”

WordPress for KidsLocation: Gangplank ( view map )

Get them started young and they will love it forever!” This is true of many activities and definitely holds true for websites and blogging. Does your little blogger need some help to get to that next level? Would you like to introduce your child to the world of computers, website development and blogs? Phoenix WordCamp is here to help with our 2nd Annual WordCamp for kids.

This event is ideal for children who are able to use a computer keyboard to type. WordCamp for kids will help newbies get started with their very first WordPress blog. We can also accommodate those who already have a blog but want to take it to the next level. Sign up today! Space is limited and this session will sell out. Each attendee should bring either a laptop or an iPad for use during the session. Parents are invited to stay and help their children during the session.

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12:15 Lunch
Time Developer Series
Location: Gangplank ( view map )
Location: Gangplank ( view map )

An “Unconference” means you, the conference attendees, get to decide what’s talked about. To participate in the unconference, simply use the link below to vote on your favorite idea below or submit your own topic.

On event day, the 8 topics with the most energy behind them will be assigned to one of Gangplank’s collaboration rooms, which are designed to accomodate 10-20 people each. Each room has a large whiteboard, desk and seats, and you will be free to discuss your topic or project there for as long as you wish.

Submit & Vote on your favorite topics!


Bootstrapping your venture

Joshua Strebel

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Playing Nice With Others – Integrating WP with Other APIs

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Presentation slides

Code examples

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Implementing WordPress Constants

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Custom Post Types: Now What?

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Cody Helgeson

Presentation Slides

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How to create a backend your clients will actually use.

Kyle Theisen

Presentation Slides

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Sales Hacks For Developers

Why good salesmanship, just like good code, makes logical sense when it’s explained the right way.

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Ryan Garey

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Developer tools that make money!

Development practices and debugging techniques that WILL make you more efficient.


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Closing Remarks


5:00 Wordcamp Ends

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