Schedule

The following is the action packed session schedule for WordCamp NYC 2016. If you would like to subscribe to the digital version import this iCal into your calendaring app of choice.

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WordCamp NYC will be at The United Nations.   Use the 1st Avenue entrance between 45th and 46th Street.   WCNYC starts at 9:45 am, please arrive by 8:30 to allow time to get through security.

Friday, July 15th – Contributor Day

Time Contributor Day
10:00 amContributor Day

Conference Room 2 is Developer Track — Conference Room 3 is User Track

Saturday, July 16th

Time Developers Recommended for all types of developers. There will be code. User Recommended for users, content producers, and business types. Essentially a code free experience.
8:00 amRegistration
9:45 amOpenning Remarks & WordCamp Kickoff
9:55 amBuilding a Better WordPress through Software Archaeology Boone GorgesHow joining the WordPress Community will help you overcome your Impostor Syndrome Sonja Leix
10:50 am(Php)Storming WordPress – A remote debugging experience Andrea FuggettaContent Strategy from discovery to wireframes Marguerite Halley
11:45 amAll the Colors of the Internet Beth SoderbergBasic Design Principles for Every WordPress User Angelica Yarde
12:40 pmHow to beat developer’s block Mikel KingWP Hearts Journalists Steph Yiu
12:50 pmThe Life Of Your Plugin Mika EpsteinSo You Think You Can’t Video? Jessica Garbarino
1:00 pmLunch
2:20 pmIntroduction To Plugin Development Bruce ChamoffMicroservices Architecture for Content Management Systems using AWS Lambda and more Eugene Istrati
3:15 pmSecurity Isn’t an Elective George StephanisEvery Penny Counts Jenny Wong
4:10 pmBackbone and the WordPress REST API Adam Silverstein101 Ways to Rock as a Freelancer Troy Dean, Kristina Romero
5:05 pmThe Command Line – Beyond the Basics Andrew WoodsWordPress Release Loop Mike Schroder
6:30 pmAfter Party

Sunday, July 17th

Time Developers Recommended for all types of developers. There will be code. User Recommended for users, content producers, and business types. Essentially a code free experience.
8:00 amRegistration
9:55 amReacting to WordPress Kelly DwanAccessibility: Empathy in Action Robert Jolly
10:50 amA/B Testing FTW Christie ChirinosWordPress for Non-Profits: Creating a Web-Based Platform with CRM Integration Dana Skallman
11:45 amBeautiful Web Type Mel Choyce
12:40 pmClient Diplomacy: From Adversaries to Allies John EckmanSEO for WordPress Lulu Murphy
12:50 pmVagrant for local and team WordPress Development Anthony E. AlvarezContent Distribution and Platforms 101 Stefan Deeran
1:00 pmLunch
2:20 pmBuilding Applications with WordPress Steve BrunerSite Down: How To Triage Those First Minutes John Gamboa
3:15 pmProgramming when you aren’t writing code Helen Hou-SandiLessons Learned: Considerations For Teaching Your Clients WordPress Bud Kraus
4:10 pmGiting What You Want out of Version Control David ParsonsThe Power Of Adding A Podcast To Your Blog Joe Pardo
5:05 pmJorbin: Struck By Lightning Aaron JorbinFrom New York To Minneapolis, by way of Australia Amy Lane
6:00 pmClosing Remarks