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Time Developers and Designers: Robertson Auditorium Users and Entrepreneurs: Fisher Banquet Hall
9:00 amOpening Remarks
9:15 amBeyond the Default: Explorations and Experiments in BuddyPress Tammie ListerWordPress and the Ten Year Itch Siobhan McKeown
9:55 amBreak
10:15 amConfident Commits, Delightful Deploys Mark JaquithSetting Up Your WordPress Site: Six Stories of Joy and Despair Natalie MacLees
10:55 amBreak
11:15 amWriting Code as User Experience Design Nikolay BachiyskiContent Strategy: WordPress Case Studies Stephanie Leary
12:00 pmLunch
1:30 pm(What’s So Funny ‘Bout) Themes, Love, and Understanding Ian StewartHow To Jazz Up Your WordPress Site Without a Lick O’ Code Kathryn Presner
2:10 pmBreak
2:30 pmWhat I Wish I Had Known Before Developing a WordPress Theme Konstantin KovsheninWhat You Don’t Know You Can Do: WordPress Development for Absolutely Everyone Tracy Levesque
3:10 pmBreak
3:30 pmSticks, Spit & Duct Tape: Advanced RWD Layout Techniques Josh BrotonDon’t Use WordPress Multisite Mika Epstein
4:10 pmBreak
4:30 pmBig in Japan: A Guide for Themes and Internationalization Shannon SmithWhy The Washington Post Uses WordPress Yuri Victor
5:10 pmClosing Remarks

You can view the full schedule for both days on the Schedule page


The main conference will be held on July 26-27, 2013 at the Mission Bay Conference Center (1675 Owens Street, San Francisco, CA 94158). We don’t have exact times right now, but the rough schedule is for sessions to run from 9am to 5pm.

Live Stream

If you’re not going to be here in person, you can access the WordCamp SF live stream to view sessions from the comfort of your home.