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Time Developers and Designers: Robertson Auditorium Users and Entrepreneurs: Fisher Banquet Hall
8:45 amOpening Remarks
9:00 amLessons Learned in Unit Testing Alison BarrettPositive User Experience: The Power of P2 Michele Mizejewski
9:20 amAutomated WordPress Development Eric MannTaking WordPress to the Front End with O2 Beau Lebens
9:40 amBreak
10:00 amThree Security Issues You Thought You’d Fixed Mike AdamsBridging the Chasm: Working with Non-Technical Stakeholders Grant Landram
10:40 amBreak
11:00 amThe State of The Word 2013 Matt Mullenweg
12:00 pmLunch
1:30 pmMagical WordPress Management using WP-CLI Mike SchroderCollaboration Not Competition Carrie Dils
2:10 pmBreak
2:30 pmCustom Tailoring the WordPress Admin Experience Helen Hou-SandiBeyond the Blog with BuddyPress and bbPress John James Jacoby
3:10 pmBreak
3:30 pmTeaming Up: From Freelance to WordPress Agency Jake Goldman, Matt Mullenweg, Shane Pearlman, Brad Williams, Alex KingHow WordPress Helped Me Learn Android Development Will Norris
4:10 pmBreak
4:30 pmCurrent User Can Watch This Talk Andrew NacinWordPress: It’s Made of People! Amy Hendrix
5:10 pmClosing Remarks


When: Saturday, July 27th, 7PM – 11PM
Where: Automattic, 132 Hawthorne Street, San Francisco, CA 94107
What: Drinks, Snacks, Amazing People, Fun Times, Valhalla


The main conference will be held on July 26-27, 2013 at the Mission Bay Conference Center (1675 Owens Street, San Francisco, CA 94158).

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.