We’re having a two-day WordCamp this year – March 14-15th. Saturday will have tracks of 30 minute sessions with 15 minute breaks in between.  Sunday is our Community Day which will be much more hands-on and interactive, we will however have a keynote speaker (to be announced soon) right after lunch.

Sessions are labeled with Beginner, Intermediate, and Advanced. Don’t let that dissuade you from attending any session. Ratings like this are entirely subjective after all. 🙂


Time Developer 1 Room 250 Developer 2 Room 201 User 1 Room 300 User 2 Room 301
8:00 amRegistration
9:00 amCain & Obenland in the Morning! Michael Cain, Konstantin Obenland
10:15 amStructure, style, story: what goes where? (Beginner) Mary BaumLessons From the 314 Team (Beginner) Chris CarterJetpack (Beginner) Ryan MarkelSteps to Finding and Hiring a Web Designer (Beginner) Hilary Fosdal
11:00 amCSS Specificity is a Rat-Hole (Intermediate) Drew BellFinancial Business Planning for Freelancers (Beginner)How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Update Button (Beginner) Chris KoernerPlanning Your Site (Beginner) Chase Replogle
11:45 amWordPress and User Experience (Beginner) Sara CannonManaging WordPress Projects (Intermediate) Lucas LimaWordPress eCommerce with WooCommmerce (Intermediate) Michael CremeanWinning Brand. Winning Company. Scott Schaper
12:30 pmAtomic design principles in WordPress themes (Intermediate) Joe McGillBuilding responsible WordPress Sites (Intermediate) Brian GoldsteinRe-Imagine Blogging as Authentic Storytelling … (Intermediate)Content Marketing on WordPress (Intermediate) Megan Harris
1:00 pmLunch
2:00 pmAdvanced Custom Fields’ Flexible Content Field (Advanced) Jason YinglingPanel DiscussionLeveraging WordPress to grow your small startup (Intermediate) Bob BarkerPanel Discussion
2:45 pmBlogging and Content Creation for WordPress (Beginner) Nile FloresUnderstanding and applying security to your WordPress installation (Intermediate) Gregory RayGrow your Non-profit Using WordPress (Intermediate) Timothy SissonWhat to Do When you Don’t Know What to Do (Intermediate) Jarrett Gucci
3:30 pmAn Elegant WordPress Workflow with Git (Advanced) Bobby BryantQuestion and Answer Konstantin ObenlandSaaS CMS to WordPress for 70+ schools sites (Begginer/Intermediate) Cameron BarrettIntro to security (Beginner) Michele Butcher
4:15 pmTaking backwards compatibility seriously (Advanced) Pippin WIlliamsonWordPress Rest API (Advanced) John Richards IIUsing your WordPress site for lead generation (Advanced) Brad WesterWordPress SEO (Advanced) Will Hanke
4:45 pmClosing Remarks
7:00 pmAfter Party at City Museum


Time Developer 1 Room 250 Developer 2 Room 201 User 1 Room 300 User 2 Room 301
9:00 amHackathonGive back to CoreHappiness BarKids Camp
12:00 pmLunch
1:00 pmBe True to You, Not Me (Keynote) Mika Epstein
2:00 pmHackathonGive back to CoreHappiness BarFollow-up time for speaker Q&A’s*
4:30 pmClosing remarks

* we realize that shortening the Saturday session times to 30 minutes may cut short question and answer time for some speakers, so we decided to dedicate one of the classrooms on Sunday afternoon to allow any speakers that need to do follow-up to have a place to do so.