The WCSF lineup is taking shape: say hello to our first round of speakers!
We’ll be announcing more speakers over the next few weeks, but these WordPress whizzes are confirmed for WordCamp San Francisco 2013. Whether you’re a themer, mobile engineer, hopeful core contributor, one-person (or 100-person) WordPress shop, pro blogger, or just registered your first site, their sessions will take your WordPress skills from awesome to awesomer.
- Alison Barrett: Actions and Filters in Core
- Andy Skelton: How pcntl_fork() Can Save Us
- Carrie Dils: Collaboration Not Competition
- Grant Landram: Bridging the Chasm: Working with Non-Technical Stakeholders
- Helen Hou-Sandi: Custom Tailoring the WordPress Admin Experience
- Ian Stewart: The Future of WordPress Themes
- Josh Broton: Sticks, Spit & Duct tape: Advanced RWD Layout Techniques
- Lucy Beer: How to Trick Out Your WordPress Site Without a Lick o’ Code
- Michele Mizejewski: Positive User Experience: The Power of P2
- Mika Epstein: Don’t Use WordPress Multisite
- Nikolay Bachiyski: Writing Code as User Experience Design
- Shannon Smith: Big in Japan: A Guide for Themes and Internationalization
- Siobhan McKeown: The History of WordPress
- Stephanie Leary: Content Strategy for WordPress
- Tammie Lister: Beyond the Default – Explorations and Experiments in BuddyPress
- Will Norris: How WordPress Helped Me Learn Android Development
And of course, Matt Mullenweg will give his annual State of the Word talk — your chance to learn about what’s next for WordPress and ask questions at the source.
We’ll be posting more information about each of these speakers and their sessions in the next few days, with more confirmed speakers coming next week. Get excited! (We are.)
Still haven’t decided whether you’re attending? There are still a few General Admission tickets left; snag yours today.