It’s taken us a little longer than expected, but we have the WordCamp session video’s up for viewing!
See the all on WordPress.tv
WordCamp Nashville was a pretty big hit, and we are thankful to our volunteer photographers for documenting the day! We hope you will take some time and check out the pics, please use them as you like. We do ask that you give the photographers their credits if you use a photo, and feel free to thank them in the comments.
Thanks to all who spoke at WordCamp Nashville on April 20th, 2013. We had a lot of fun. Below you will find all the available presentations from the speakers.
In the near future, the videos from the conference will be available on WordCamp.tv. We will be sure to let you know when they are available.
- WordPress BootCamp: MaAnna Stephenson
- Creating and Managing Content on Your WordPress Site: Kelly Henderson
- Intermediate intro to WordPress: Images, Widgets & Themes, Oh My!: D’nelle Dowis
- What’s Content Strategy and Why Should I Care?: Todd ONeill
- My First Three Months working as a WordPress Developer: Noe Lopez
- An Introduction to Creating Custom Themes: Steve Wilkinson
- Future of WordPress in Nashville: John Housholder and Randy Hicks
- Security + with WordPress.org Self-installation: Judy Wilson
- The Best SEO Plugin for WordPress: Ross Jones
WordCamp Nashville is a labor of love, or at least extreme fondness. Without a few dozen of volunteers, we could not have pulled it off.
Volunteers staffed the registration desk, handed out swag, videotaped presentations, designed the website, t-shirts and other cool stuff, answered questions, solicited sponsors, wrote blog posts, moderated rooms, answered questions, organized food, cleaned up, and generally took care of what needed to happen so the day would run smoothly.
The organizing team, like the presenters, are volunteers, too. Each year WordCamp Nashville gets bigger and better because volunteers donate their time, energy and creativity.
Without the help all the volunteers, WordCamp would not have been what it was so please take few minutes to check out their sites and find them on social media.
- Allan South: http://www.sitebilt.com
- Amy McClain: http://chapamy.wordpress.com/
- Ben Ware: http://www.meetup.com/NashvilleWordpress/members/84678682/
- Bob Henderson: http://athens-south.com
- Brian Lane: http://www.propools.com
- Chris Walker: http://www.technoblogical.com/
- Chris Wilcoxson: http://slushman.com
- Christina D Reeves: http://www.meetup.com/NashvilleWordpress/members/56671092/
- Daryl L. L. Houston: http://automattic.com/
- Daxon Edwards: http://www.myspotinternetmarketing.com/
- Elizabeth Urello: https://twitter.com/eurello
- Gabriel Cziprusz: http://gabrielcziprusz.com
- Holly Cunningham: http://www.hollycunningham.com
- James Brummett
- Jermiah Young
- Joshua Heath: http://fastfindonline.com
- Justin Shreve: http://justin.gs
- Katie Heath: http://www.arisetraining.com
- Kelley Beasley: http://www.meetup.com/NashvilleWordpress/members/45429782/
- Linda Bourdeaux: http://helloremix.com
- Richard Anton: http://www.meetup.com/NashvilleWordpress/members/38199482/
- Sheri Oneal: http://www.sherioneal.com
- Stephen R. Parker: http://www.sparkerwebgroup.com
- Todd Meador
- Jennifer Dutton: http://jduttondesigns.com/
- Todd O’Neill: MTSU Video Team http://www.meetup.com/NashvilleWordpress/members/3955905/
- Bill Louangsouvicj
- Latoria Stewart
- Ryan Buckley
- Adam West
- Marisol Gonzales
- Angelique Montgomery
Save the date and spread the word: WordCamp Nashville 2013 is set for Saturday, April 20, at Nashville School of Law.
We want WordCamp Nashville 2013 to reflect the excitement, growth and diversity of the Middle Tennessee WordPress community.
This one-day event, organized by members of the Nashville WordPress MeetUp, will have something for everybody. This year we are having three “tracks”, with a big enough spread to cover all levels of uses; Newbie, Seasoned Vet, Power User, Developer or whatever level you like to call it.
You may attend any session, regardless of experience level, but we will break sessions into three general categories.
- Boot Camp: Learn to use WordPress.
- Specialization Training: Make WordPress work for you, Themes, Plugins, SEO & more.
- DevOps: PHP, Theming, Plugins & other tricks.
Tickets, at $20 per person, will go on sale in late February. Subscribe to our mailing list to stay in the loop about opportunities and ticket sales.
WordCamp is about community-building, and it takes a community to build a WordCamp. Submit an application to become a speaker or become a sponsor. Volunteers are the heart of WordCamp, and it’s not too early to sign up to help.
Nashville School of Law, 4013 Armory Oaks Drive, Nashville, TN, 37204, has awesome rooms, ample parking and easy access from both Interstates 65 and 24. Book it!
Stay informed about ticket sales, deadlines, session lineups and other great stuff.
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