WordPress Belfast 1-2 Oct 2016

All your wordpress developers, WordCamp is taking place in Belfast, Ireland. The wordcamp will elaborate on wordpress development in order to add to the WordPress community and the knowledge of wordpress development experts. It is community organized event by WordPress community in Belfast. WordPress developers will get a chance to meet core developers, participate in the event to share ideas and strategies.

Event Details:-


  • 1st -2nd October, 2016


  • Belfast, Northern Ireland

Event Schedule:-

Saturday, 1st October, 2016

TimeTrack ATrack B
8:00 amRegistration
9:00 amOpening Remarks
9:30 amWordPress Developer Operations For Beginners – Stewart RitchieSocial Media Tips & Tricks for Business – Tim O’Driscoll
10:15 amBuild web apps with the WP REST API – Michael MartinEndless content ideas – Ahmed Khalifa
11:00 amMorning Break
11:30 amKnowing your words’ worth – Claire SavageWhat not to do with WordPress! – Amit Wadhwa
12:15 pmSEO for WordPress – Barry AdamsHow WordPress changed the face of Croatian politics – Emanuel Blagonic
1:00 pmLunch
2:15 pmContent Marketing: How to Turn your WordPress Website into a Traffic Generation Tool – Rodolfo MelogliThe Voice within Your Plugin: An Easy Way to Grow User Retention – Alexandra Draghici
3:00 pmManaging your online presence on Google Search – Juan Felipe RincónThe challenges of creating a cross platform WordPress development environment – Seamus Brady
3:45 pmAfternoon Break
4:00 pmPic ’n’ Mix WordPress: Using the WordPress Rest API to super-charge non-WP sites and apps – Conor WoodsPrivacy by Design – Danny Dagan
4:45 pmWhat developers can do to give a new web project a good start in search results – Marcin KilarskiGet to grips with GDPR – Heather Burns
5:45 pmClosing Remarks


Sunday, 2nd October, 2016

Following topics will be covered
Contributor area
Happiness Bar
Charity min-hackathon
Panel Discussions
WordPress WorkShops


To know more about the event and its registration, please visit https://2016.belfast.wordcamp.org/tickets/