Author Archives: Carol Stambaugh
We are in the home stretch. Tomorrow is the last day of Phoenix WordCamp 2013, so let's make the most of it. Tickets A hard copy ticket is not needed for entry into WordCamp. If you attended Friday or Saturday, … Continue reading WCPHX Sunday Information!
WordCamp is in full swing and boy are we having fun! Here is more information to help as you prepare for WordCamp on Saturday. Tickets and Registration A hard copy ticket is not needed for entry into WordCamp. If … Continue reading WCPHX Saturday Information!
So you’ve had a full day of WordPress code poetry. Now what? After party, that’s what! It’s an invaluable opportunity to continue the conversation with people you’ve met during the day, chat with WordCamp organizers, presenters, and sponsors, and network … Continue reading Saturday After Party
Want a chance to network and continue the conversation with people you just met in your class? Whether you were able to attend the Friday classes or not, don’t miss this opportunity to mix with other WordPress enthusiast bloggers, developers, … Continue reading Friday Wine & Design
Important Information For People Attending the Event After many months of planning and preparation, it’s finally here. WordCamp Phoenix begins tomorrow. Thank you so much for your attendance at this event. We are so excited about everything we have in … Continue reading WCPHX Friday Information!
If you missed the boat on grabbing your ticket to WordCamp Phoenix, you have another shot. We have a limited number of walk-in tickets available for certain classes on Friday and for the full weekend. To secure your WordCamp ticket, … Continue reading Limited Number of Walk-In Tickets Available
by: Chris Lema I don’t know if you’ve caught an episode of WPwatercooler on youtube, heard the podcast from iTunes, or visited their site (www.wpwatercooler.com) after one of their live 30 minute shows, but if you have you know that … Continue reading Wait…Who moved my WaterCooler?
Presented by: Alison Barrett As a WordPress developer, you’ve probably been using actions and filters for a while in your plugins and themes. Being able to affect the way core works without actually changing core code is what makes WordPress … Continue reading Advanced Actions and Filters
Presented by: Chris Lema Regardless of what role you find yourself in today, there is always some need to work with people that are not sitting in the same office you are. The rise of google+ hangouts (and skype before … Continue reading Virtual Teams For The Win