All posts tagged WordCamp Seattle

WordCamp Seattle 2016 Call for Speakers

by Ian Dunn

We’ve opened the call for speakers for this year’s WordCamp Seattle . Give it a shot if you have any ideas, best practices, use cases, or stories you want to share with the community. I think people are often hesitant to put themselves out there, and that’s definitely understandable, but the WordPress community is really welcoming, and I think you’ll find it’s not as hard as you… [more]

WordCamp Seattle Call for Speakers

by Ian Dunn

We just posted the Call for Speakers for WordCamp Seattle 2014 . If you’ve got some knowledge or experience you’d like to share with the WordPress community in Seattle, check it out.

WordCamp Seattle 2013 Slides

by Ian Dunn

I’ll be speaking at WordCamp Seattle 2013 tomorrow on creating object-oriented WordPress plugins. If you’re attending and would like to follow along, you can check out the slides .

W3Schools Isn’t Official or Accurate

by Ian Dunn

Divya Manian gave a presentation yesterday at WordCamp Seattle about generating proper markup when creating output from plugins, and she mentioned a site called W3Fools.com , which is basically a protest against W3Schools.com . I didn’t realize until I saw W3Fools, but W3Schools isn’t actually ran by the W3C, and it contains a lot of inaccurate information. Further, it seems like… [more]