WordCamp San Francisco Note-a-palooza!


WordCamp San Francisco is kicking off and I’m here to provide you notes and quotes from each session from the developer track. Links will be provided to each session post as soon as I have it published. Do you have some notes to contribute? Add you link in the comments!

Day 1:

Beyond the Default: Explorations and Experiments in BuddyPress – Tammie Lister

Confident Commits, Delightful Deploys – Mark Jaquith

Writing Code as User Experience Design – Nikolay Bachiyski

(What’s So Funny ‘Bout) Themes, Love, and Understanding – Ian Stewart

What I Wish I Had Known Before Developing a WordPress Theme – Konstantin Kovshenin

Sticks, Spit & Duct Tape: Advanced RWD Layout Techniques – Josh Broton

Don’t Use WordPress Multisite – Mika Epstein (written by Carrie Dils)

Big in Japan: A Guide for Themes and Internationalization – Shannon Smith

Day 2:

Lessons Learned in Unit Testing – Alison Barrett

Automated WordPress Development – Eric Mann

Three Security Issues You Thought You’d Fixed – Mike Adams

The State of The Word 2013 – Matt Mullenweg

Magical WordPress Management using WP-CLI – Mike Schroder

Custom Tailoring the WordPress Admin Experience – Helen Hou-Sandi

How WordPress Helped Me Learn Android Development – Will Norris

Current User Can Watch This Talk – Andrew Nacin

WordPress, It’s Made of People! – Amy Hendrix (written by Carrie Dils)

Here’s a OneNote compilation from @bryansays. A lot of good stuff from the Users/Entrepreneurs track.

Even more notes from the Users/Entrepreneurs track by @WPSuperGeek 

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