WordCamp US 2015 Presentations


This is my attempt at documenting all the WordCamp US 2015 presentations. I’ll continually update as I can track down copies.

Friday

9:25 am

  • Demystifying accessible websites – Nancy Thanki
  • Curing a Critical Security Bug – Gary Pendergast
  • Beyond Gantt Charts and Dependencies: The Emerging WordPress Project Manager – Sarah Pressler
  • The Techie Continuum – Kathryn Presner

10:10 am

11:05 am

  • The Future Stack: Running WordPress with Tomorrow’s Technologies – Zack Tollman, Aaron Jorbin
  • The Art of Minimalist DesignLauren Pittenger
  • Communities and The Gentle Art of Verbal Self-Defense – Josepha Haden
  • Contributing To WordPress Meta – Kyle Maurer

11:50 am

1:45 pm

  • Intent in Software Design – Helen Hou-Sandí
  • How to Build Online Courses Using WordPress – Kim Shivler
  • Real Talk About Website Performance: 5 Must-Haves For High Speed Sites – Josh Koenig
  • Streamlining the Web Design Process Using Style Tiles – Stephanie Brinley

2:30 pm

3:15 pm

4:20 pm

5:05 pm

  • Introduction to WordPress unit testing – Carl Alexander
  • Building Next-Generation Projects With BuddyPress – David Bisset
  • Designing For Those Who Matter – Your Users – David Laietta
  • Unintentional Exclusion – Web accessibility and how we’re failing our users – LeeAnn Kinney

5:50 pm

  • Advanced Topics in WordPress Development – Andrew Nacin
  • Conferences For The Ultimate Connected Brand Experience – Tina Kesova
  • Publish in 10 Minutes Per DayAndrea Badgley
  • What I Learned When My Blog Post Went Viral – Dennis Hong

Saturday

9:00 am

9:45 am

  • Make WP_CLI Work For You: Extending WP_CLI With Custom Commands – Chris Wiegman
  • Build and Launch a Custom Site Using Only Your Phone – Anthony D. Paul
  • 10 tips for clean code – Michael Toppa
  • Asynchronous Events – Aaron Brazell
  • Scaling Dynamic WordPress Websites – Aaron Edwards

10:50 am

  • Gamify With the WordPress.com API – Timmy Crawford
  • Accessibility: Proven, easy integration into design and development workflows – Robert Jolly
  • E-Commerce in 2015 – Patrick Rauland
  • Things you always wanted to know about WordPress (but were afraid to ask) – Evan Volgas

11:35 am

  • Unite and Prosper: How WordCamp Europe helped reinvigorate WordPress communities – Luca Sartoni
  • WordPress in the White House: Development of the Open Innovation Toolkit – Sara Cope
  • I Wanna Go Fast: Advanced Techniques To Optimize Front-End Performance – Allen Moore
  • ARIA: Roles, States and Properties – Joe Dolson

1:40 pm

2:25 pm

  • WordPress, Open Source, and Museums: A look at the tools and processes of moving our collections online – Mel Choyce, Courtney OCallaghan
  • Meeting the New York Times Challenge: delivering the news over HTTPSPaul Schreiber
  • Scratching an Itch: Taking the First Step to Becoming a WordPress Contributor – Morgan Estes
  • Robots Write the Docs – Luke Woodward
  • Take Care of Each Other: How to Contribute to WordPress Without Writing Code – Rich Robinkoff

3:10 pm

  • Learning for WordPress Developers – Nikolay Bachiyski
  • Playing well with others: writing solid code in large community projects – Dennis Snell
  • Teaching the next generation of WordPress bloggers and hackers – Charlie Reisinger
  • Never Assume when Teaching WordPressJoe Casabona

4:15 pm