WCMaui Speaker Slides

We’ll be updating this post with slide and video details as we get them, so please check back for the latest!*

Friday Beginner Track Slides & Videos

Gregg FranklinIntro To WordPress – Slides – Video
Adam SilverIntro to WordPress Themes Workshop – Slides – Video
Kathryn PresnerPassionate About Plugins and Wild For Widgets Workshop – Slides – Video
Ben HowardHosting and Security Workshop – Slides – Video

Friday Business Track Videos

John HawkinsServices & Products (how do you decide?)Video
Jeff Milone & David MorganGetting into themesVideo
Vladimir PrelovacGetting into pluginsVideo
Sam HotchkissFree PluginsVideo
Jake GoldmanStarting an agency (the first hires)Video
Karim MarucchiDeveloping a Network of PartnershipsVideo
Syed BalkhiBuilding a Marketing EngineVideo

Saturday WordCamp Slides & Videos

Kimanzi ConstableHow to Start and Market an Online Business Through WordPress – Slides – Video
Ben LobaughInteracting with External APIs – Slides – Video
Sam Hotchkiss10 Ways to Make Your Site Better With Jetpack – Slides – Video
Jack LenoxBuilding Themes with the WP Rest API – Slides – Video
Rosie Warfield & Nathan Hutchinson – How we converted an entire state to WordPress – Slides – Video
Tracy AppsHow not to Design like a Developer – Slides – Video
Chris Norberg – Viral Blogging Tactics and OutreachSlides – Video
Mendel KurlandWhy you should implement structured data right now! – Slides – Video
Kevin BatesYour First Profitable Facebook Ad – Slides – Video
Tammie ListerTheme, Don’t Be My Everything – Slides – Video
Travis TotzWorking Off Grid and Remote – SlidesVideo
Tamara OlsonThe Power Of Outside-in Thinking: Providing A Better UX For Both Your Clients And End Users – Slides – Video
Arlen Nagata – I’m Not A Developer Or Designer, But Still A WordPress ProSlidesVideo
Kirk Wight – A Call for SimplicitySlidesVideo
Ben HowardSell Your Stuff with WordPress – Slides – Video
Adelle LennoxLongterm Benefits of Using WordPressSlidesVideo

*Note: the videos get published to WordPress.TV and then linked to from the WordCamp site here.  We’re uploading them to the WordPress.TV moderation queue as we receive them from post production but they get published when approved by WordPress.TV’s amazing volunteer moderator team.  Usually it’s within a few days to couple weeks.