WordCamp Toronto

This time the Toronto WordCamp is going to invite the pioneers of the technology industry and this sure is the line-up of brilliant set of speakers. Get a chance to meet web strategists, wordpress developers, wordpress experts, outsourcing wordpress partners, IT professionals, marketing professionals, digital marketing consultants and more. It is going to be held in Ryerson University in Toronto. Get your tickets to the wordcamp now: https://2016.toronto.wordcamp.org/tickets/

Event Details:-

Date:-

  • 6th – 7th August, 2016

Venue:-

  • 55 Dundas Street West
    Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5G 2C3

Event Schedule:-

6th July, 2016 Saturday

8amRegistration & Coffee
8:30amOpening Remarks (Auditorium)
Track 1: AuditoriumTrack 2: Rm 1-073Track 3: Rm 1-147Track 4: Rm 1-149
9amContent/MarketingUserBeginnerDeveloper
SEO It’s Not Just Ranking AnymoreFixing a Hacked SiteOrganizing Your First Website Usability TestJavaScripting Now in WordPress
Tamara MacDuff & David MackeySeth AllingAnthony D PaulJacques Surveyer
10amContent/MarketingUserCommunityDeveloper
SEO It’s Not Just Ranking Anymore (continued) with Q&AWordPress Upgrade Anxiety No More: 5 Steps to Having a No Surprise UpgradeThings I Wish I Knew When I Started in AccessibilityBuild a Better Editing Experience with Advanced Custom Fields
Tamara MacDuff & David MackeyDustin MezaBilly GregoryJeseph Meyers
11amBeginnerUserCommunityDeveloper
eCommerce 101 for WordPressDigital Signage and WordPressRaising Awareness About Digital Accessibility (panel)WP JSON API – A Deep Code Dive Into How To Extend It
Jai SanghaTing Yang & Hector JarquinBilly Gregory, Anthony D Paul &Shawn HooperPaul Bearne
12pmCatered Lunch
1pmContent/MarketingDesignUserDeveloper
Advanced Online Marketing for WordPressDesigners != Pixel PushersA Contact Form Is Boring – 5 Creative Ways To Use Forms In WordPressUnlocking the Awesome Magical Power of MU-Plugins
David VogelpohlTracy AppsAdam W. WarnerMikel King
2pmBusinessUserBeginnerDeveloper
How To Manage The Highs And Lows in BusinessExperience driven developmentCreating Videos For My WordPress BlogFilter content in custom layouts without PHP
Cory MillerWilliam M. RileyFlorian GottschallBryan Cady
2:15pmBusiness
Running A Successful Business With WordPress (panel)
Cory Miller, Rebecca Gill & Guests
3pmAfternoon Break
3:30pmBusinessCommunityContent/MarketingDeveloper
Stop Gathering Requirements: Start Designing Successful ProjectsFearlessly Creating, And Why It’s ImportantPodcasting and WordPress: Getting Started, Launching, And Promoting Your ShowUsing Docker To Create WordPress Development Environments
John EckmanMendel KurlandCesar AbeidThiago Loureiro
4:30pmUserContent/MarketingBusinessDeveloper
The Hateful WeightContent Creator’s ToolboxNext-Generation Data-Driven Plugin DevelopmentDocker For Production
Henri-R BrisardAndy McIlwainVova FeldmanIan Edington

 

7th July, 2016 Sunday

Track 1: AuditoriumTrack 2: Rm 1-073Track 3: Rm 1-147Track 4: Rm 1-149
11AmContent/MarketingUserBeginnerDeveloper
How To Succeed As An Independent BloggerTools For Managing Multiple WordPress SitesWordPress Page Builders: A New Tool To Build Awesome Pages QuicklyClean Code
Brian RotszteinChristina VarroRick RadkoShawn Hooper
12PmBeginnerCommunityUserDeveloper
“Hidden” Features Of WordPressGiving Back To WordPress.Org – No Code Required!The Power Of A Video LibraryBuilding Ambitious User Experiences With Ember.Js
Michelle AmesMeagan HanesLauren JeffcoatTaras Mankovski
1PmCatered Lunch
2PmContent/MarketingUserDesignDeveloper
Blogging & Social MediaMembership Sites That Actually WorksContextual Personas For Content DesignBeginner’S Guide To Single Page Applications With WordPress + Angularjs
Michelle ArboreCharm FernandezJesse Emmanuel RosarioDaniel Kanchev
3PmBusinessContent/MarketingCommunityDeveloper
Agency ChatThe Power Of The InboxMove All The Things To WordPress!Repeatable WordPress Installs
Brent Kobayashi, Tom Auger & GuestsMelanie MartinBrian MessenlehnerAlan Lok
11Am-4PmCommunity
Contrib2Core
Paul Bearne, Thiago Loureiro Ian Edington & Guests
4PmClosing Remarks (Auditorium)