We’re happy to announce that all of the session recordings have been processed and uploaded to WordPress.tv.
If you want to see the slideshows from WordCamp Seattle, here are links to most of them:
- Advanced Custom Fields – Beyond the Basics, Merrill Mayer
- All the Things (that aren’t WordPress), Julie Kuehl
- Branding the WordPress TwentyFourteen Theme, Handout, Todd Miller and Naci Seyhanli
- Bulletproof Your WordPress Development, Elisha Terada
- Create Your First WordPress Website, Nancy Johnson
- Free and Low Cost Ways to Grow a Blog, Kate Stull
- Heartbeat API Jumpstart, Mike Schroder
- Hidden Treasures of WordPress Core, Kailey Lampert
- How to Pick a Theme that Doesn’t Suck, Stacey Lane
- I Started a Blog, Now What? Kimberly Gauthier
- Making Sense of SEO for WordPress, Jennifer Bourn, Joyce Grace, Scott Eklund, Michelle Castillo, Heather Johnson
- Performance, Scale, and WordPress, Paul Clark
- Planning a Successful WordPress Site, Kronda Adair
- Speed as a Feature, Zack Tollman
- Translate the Geek: Teaching Clients How to Use WordPress, Heather Johnson
- UX – A Checklist for Real Websites, Sonja Leix
- Web Design is a Process, Morten Rand-Henriksen
- What Vladimir Putin Can Teach Us About Responding to Trolling, Steve Roy
- WordPress Basics, Liza Kruczynski
Most of the talks will be posted on WordPress.tv in the coming weeks, so you can catch up on the ones you missed!
As always, included with your ticket is some great noms for lunch. And for those of you who wonder what is in store, here you go. Just remember what you chose when you registered.
Fully-Loaded Sub: Italian Salami, Pepperoni, Ham, Pepperjack cheese, Cheddar cheese, sliced Kalamata olives, sliced pepperoncini and tomato, served on a fresh baguette.
Smoked Turkey & Havarti: Smoked turkey on freshly baked ciabatta with creamy Havarti cheese, pesto mayonnaise, mixed greens, tomato and a drizzle of balsamic vinaigrette dressing.
Vegetarian Tomato, Mozzarella & Avocado Sandwich: Served on freshly baked whole wheat ciabatta with pesto mayonnaise, leaf lettuce, and a drizzle of balsamic vinaigrette dressing.
Vegan Mediterranean Pita: Hummus, mixed greens, diced tomato, cucumber, and eggplant, served on pita bread.
Gluten-Free* & Vegetarian Tomato, Mozzarella & Avocado Sandwich: Served with pesto mayonnaise, leaf lettuce, and a drizzle of balsamic vinaigrette dressing, on Essential Baking Company Gluten-Free Super Seeded Bread.
Gluten-Free* & Vegan Mediterranean Pita: Hummus, mixed greens, diced tomato, cucumber, and eggplant, served on Essential Baking Company Gluten-Free Super Seeded Bread.
WordCamps will always happen. But having sponsors just makes it that much easier. Today we want to thank our Mt. St. Helens Sponsors.
The Diamond Lining helps consumers sell their unneeded or unwanted diamond jewelry. By offering a trustworthy and friendly consumer experience coupled with deep industry knowledge, The Diamond Lining is able to offer consumers aggressive prices and a transparent process, ensuring that selling a diamond ring with be a profitable and pleasant experience.
“Founded in 2001, InMotion Hosting is one of the premier providers of web hosting worldwide, with a consistent record of award-winning customer satisfaction.Our 24/7/365 proactive customer service, along with our proprietary back-end technology and hardware configuration are just the beginning.
We love WordPress! We have experts on-staff to answer difficult questions, provide a variety of tools and technologies geared toward WordPress users, and an extensive WordPress Education Channel.
Our scalable product offering, from Shared, VPS, Reseller, Dedicated or Commercial Class servers and an industry leading 90-day money back guarantee makes InMotion Hosting the best option for your site! Learn more about the company at inmotionhosting.com.”
CSSIgniter is a small team of designers & WordPress developers based in Greece. We provide beautiful WordPress themes to small web design / development agencies, freelancers and small business owners around the world. We make sure that there aren’t any confusing part in our themes so users can concentrate on what really matters, their content. People love us for our technical support too.
WPHub is a portal for all things WordPress with a focus on WordPress Themes, Plugins, Hosting, and Tutorials. We have years of experience in WordPress so expect to see our content pile up quickly! We welcome any feedback regarding our site or any content that you’d like to see added.
Web Hosting Hub is a stress-free and cost effective way to get your blog online. Our 3 hosting solutions are all custom tailored to help customers easily, quickly and efficiently get their WordPress site up and running. We provide 24/7 U.S. based support via phone, email and live chat. We are there every step of the way for you – our technicians are experts at solving WordPress problems, recommending security fixes, and helping you focus on your site.
It’s as easy as 1-2-3! All this backed by a 90 day money back guarantee makes Web Hosting Hub a great choice for all WordPress enthusiasts.
Crowd Favorite is a premier, boutique professional services firm focused on enterprise-level clients such as National Geographic, Lexus, and DirecTV, Seattle Times, and several major movie studios. A leader in the WordPress community and the first WordPress professional services firm, Crowd Favorite has established offices throughout the US and Europe to deliver large-scale client projects. Crowd Favorite also provides consulting and web development services specializing in web applications and user experience.
WordCamps will always happen. But having sponsors just makes it that much easier. Today we want to thank our Mt. Rainier Sponsors.
IvyCat is a small, agile team of WordPress developers and server geeks based in lovely Gig Harbor, Washington. We spend our days creating custom WordPress sites designed to sell products and services; especially event management and e-commerce sites, Hosting WordPress sites (others too) for clients that need top-shelf, managed hosting with outstanding technical support where everybody knows your name, and providing WordPress Maintenance & Support. We love, live, and breathe WordPress; it’s much of how we make our living, so we’re grateful to be able to participate in the WordPress community.
Washington State University was founded as the people’s university in 1890. WSU’s mission is to improve the lives and livelihoods of people around the world with world-class education, research, and community outreach. More than 26,000 students attend WSU at campuses in Pullman, Spokane, the Tri-Cities, and Vancouver, as well as through the Global Campus, a nationally recognized online learning community serving people worldwide.
Based on its philosophy of serving the public good, WSU is committed to an active partnership with the WordPress and open-source communities to help make the web a better resource for all.
WP Engine is the premium managed hosting platform for websites and applications built with WordPress. WP Engine powers tens of thousands of websites and apps built with WordPress, delivering the fastest, most reliable, and most secure web experience possible. Businesses large and small rely on WP Engine’s exceptional customer service team that specializes in quickly solving technical problems, and creating a world-class customer experience. The service includes top-notch support (the most WordPress experts on staff per 1000 customers), one-click backup/restore, one-click deployment from staging to production, version control, optimization for speed and scalability, and security features that include automatic software upgrades.
Rightside™ inspires and delivers on new possibilities in digital identity. We give you the freedom to tell your story, your way. Our domain name services provide the entry point for individuals and organizations to define themselves. Our value-added services help them tell their stories online. And our turnkey service platform is the easiest way for resellers, registries, registrars, and domain investors to build their businesses. More options mean more opportunity—for storytelling, for commerce, for innovation, for you.
Parallels, a leading hosting and cloud services enablement provider, will showcase the new Parallels Plesk 12, featuring a powerful new security core, a full-featured WordPress Toolkit and four distinct editions of the software designed to deliver targeted functionality to web administrators, application developers, web professionals and hosting service providers.
Any time a WordCamp live-streams their event, there are always a few people who have trouble accessing it due to technical problems. These almost always end up being caused by the person’s computer rather than the live stream itself, so it’s a good idea test out your computer ahead of time, which you can do by visiting our testing page.
WordCamps will always happen. But having sponsors just makes it that much easier. Today we want to thank our Accomplice Sponsors.
WPML turns WordPress websites multilingual. It works with caching, SEO and E-Commerce plugins, and allows the building of complete multilingual sites. WPML powers simple blogs as well as corporate and enterprise sites.
WPML allows users to translate everything in the site, including content, menus, widgets and even theme and plugin texts. WPML powers over 400,000 commercial websites from all over the world.
Disqus is a free service that makes it easy for anyone to create or participate in an online community. Our magic is in connecting people to stuff that’s worth talking about.
WordCamps will always happen. But having sponsors just makes it that much easier. Today we want to thank our Champion Sponsor DreamHost.
DreamHost is a global Web hosting and cloud services company with over 370,000 entrepreneur and developer customers, and 1.3 million blogs, websites, and apps hosted. The company offers a wide spectrum of Web services including Shared Hosting, Virtual Private Servers (VPS), Dedicated Server Hosting, Domain Name Registration, the public cloud storage service, DreamObjects, and the public cloud computing service, DreamCompute. Please visit http://DreamHost.com for more information.
We want your best tip for WordPress. Share your insight and knowledge. Tell us what we should know as a WordPress user.
If yours is chosen, well, we are going to do something special with it, and give you credit. But that’s all I’m going to tell you right now.
It’s simple. The only rule is it must be 108 or less characters, including spaces and your twitter handle. That’s it.
Next, you can give us your tip one of two ways.
1. Leave it as a comment below. Include your twitter handle as well.
2. Tweet your tip using the hashtag #wcseaprotip. Here is an example:
Make sure you keep your WordPress version, theme and plugins updated for a happy and secure site. #wcseaprotip
— WordCamp Seattle (@wordcampseattle) June 6, 2014
We will be collecting these till midnight Friday, June 13th. So WordPress peeps, give us your best! We