WPMUDev Sponsors WordCamp Poland Taking Place this Friday & Saturday
The WordCamp, which organizer Paweł Ludwiczak says is focusing on a Polish-speaking audience this year, has lined up a number of guests covering a wide range of topics.
Below is a run-down of the events.
Presented by Paweł Pela
This session is for those who are wondering whether it is worth it being a WordPress freelancer. It covers how to begin, how you can get started without risking too much, and legal matters that may be involved.
Presented by Michał Żuk
How to effectively use post types and taxonomies in the development of a CRM system for small businesses.
Presented by Maciek Kuchnik
The presentation will present a wide spectrum of applications in WordPress: classical CMS uses, a system to handle advertising, a way to manage web content. It’s all put into practice on several internet portals.
Presented by Cuba Niewiarowski
Members actively using mobile devices represent a growing proportion of people coming to our site. I will try to present different ways on how to customize your blog for comfortable reading on each device.
Presented by Wojtek Szkutnik
Everything you need to know about the development of WordPress but were afraid to ask. Deals with the creation of new functionalities and what can be expected in future versions of WordPress and related projects.
Presented by Marcin Pietrzak
Solr integration. A case study of the use of blogs in the network http://blomedia.net/.
Presented by Konrad Dzwinel
Plugins must be approached with skepticism because many of them are vulnerable and could allow unauthorized access to a site. I will show developers how to use the security mechanisms and how to properly create a secure plugin.
Presented by Marcin Wolak
Writing templates for WordPress is easy! But if can you do it quickly, efficiently, and without swearing? The presentation will discuss templates, child templates, and many other methods to accelerate the creative process.
Presented by Adam Klimowski
This presentation will show you how to create your own WordPress based micro-blogging system.
Presented by Bartosz Bilicki
Often, building a site based on WP involes changing the master template and adding a few plugins. But what about the admin panel? How far can you go with the interface and functions? These and other questions will be answered during the lecture.
Presented by Magdalena Bród
Topic include: how to optimize WordPress, how to customize templates, which plug-ins to use in order to facilitate optimization, how WordPress is very well suited for search engines, and also about how (briefly) to position yourself through link building etc.
Presented by Arkadiusz Stęplowski
Indexing, propagation information, and communication with users is largely dependent on the developers of templates and plugins. This session will tell what you can do better and which standards are worth implementing. We will go over best practices, as well as issues that cause templates and plugins to be rejected by potential clients.
Presented by Szymon Skulimowski
What are the WordPress frameworks and should we use them? An overview of the most popular and interesting solutions. Thoughts of page creation based on the Genesis framework from the company StudioPress.
Presented by Marcin Pietrzak
I will discuss methods for use in WordPress in relation to temporary and permanent storage. I will discuss the advantages and disadvantages of both methods. I will also present case studies.
Presented by Michał Maćkowiak
Do you create your own WordPress themes? Are you already using HTML5? Learn what mistakes are most often committed and how not commit them yourself in your own projects.
Presented by Jakub M. Milczarek
A few words on BuddyPress and examples of its use. This session will discuss BuddyPress functionality, the philosophy of building templates for BP, the possibility of rebuilding the default template for use in social networking, news in the latest version of BP (1.5), and various tricks and accessories.
Presented by Robert Mikołajuk
Presentation for all those who want to learn how to create plug-ins and how to save time doing it.
You can visit the WordCamp Poland website here (in Polish).