Author Archives: Chelsea Otakan
Operation #wcreno The hashtag for the day #wcreno. Live it, love it, tweet it. Wifi (aka life blood) To get on to the WiFi: Connect to “UNR-Guest” Try to go to any site in your browser. Enter the username “wordpress” … Continue reading Wifi, Hashtags, etc.
Let’s do a super casual informal meetup tonight at Imperial Bar & Lounge on North Arlington at 7:30pm! We can get to know each other before starting our WordPress journeys together :] Directions: View Larger Map Comment if you’re coming!
WordCamp is tomorrow! OMG! We’ll be allowing for a limited number of walk-up registrations. The price for walk-ups will be $40. Due to restrictions with our venue we will NOT be able to accept cash. We can only accept credit … Continue reading Walk-up Registration
Saturday’s sessions are ending with a little flash and a bang in the form of lightning rounds: short, 10-minute sessions designed to teach and inspire you. Here’s a little about our lovely lightning round sessions: Blogging in the First Year … Continue reading Lightning Rounds!
Dre is cool and everyone knows it. He’s the founder of CubicTwo and Sucuri and has a love for security. In his presentation “End-User Security,” Dre will be walking through you through some basic things that can keep your WordPress … Continue reading Speaker Feature: Dre Armeda
More than anyone else I know, Andrew Nacin lives and breathes WordPress. He’s been a WordPress core contributor for the past few years and is addicted to reading the WordPress core mailing lists and WordPress trac. As a core developer … Continue reading Speaker Feature: Andrew Nacin
The students at the UNR Reynolds School of Journalism have learned the power of self-publishing with WordPress as part of their curriculum. Geoff Roseborough, Jay Brissenden, and Derek Jordan are current and former staff members of UNR’s Insight Magazine, a … Continue reading Speaker Feature: Geoff, Jay, and Derek
Keith Casey says he likes to break stuff, but only because it helps him understand good code vs. bad code all the better. Keith is a PHP dev (aka chief Stuff Breaker) for Blue Parabola. In his spare time, he … Continue reading Speaker Feature: Keith Casey
John Hawkins (aka VegasGeek) is a self-described WordCamp groupie. He’s been skipping across the country to speak and attend WordCamps because they’re just so fun and awesome. When he’s not at WordCamps (and sometimes when he is), John runs 9seeds, … Continue reading Speaker Feature: John Hawkins