Thomas Hurd: How do you create the (almost) perfect multilingual website?

In 2017 Thomas spoke about how to plan a multilingual design site properly based on User Experience principles and some common sense (that perhaps wasn’t so common). This time around, he will show you how to setup a best practice multilingual site using WordPress. During his talk he will cover design, content, technical, and SEO considerations, among others.

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Jenny Wong: Getting ready for PHP7.2

At the State of the Word, it was announced that one of the upcoming focuses of the WordPress project is raising the minimum version requirement of PHP.

WordPress core is already PHP7.2 compatible but are your plugins and themes?

In this talk, Jenny will be looking at the steps needed to check if plugins and themes are compatible, and the lessons learned from doing the steps.

Are you PHPrepared?

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Jaakko Alajoki: Environmentally friendly WordPress development

Data centers in the U.S. use more than 90 billion kilowatt-hours of electricity a year. That requires roughly 34 giant coal-powered plants. What can a single developer do to make more energy efficient code? I will go through a series of not-so-serious experiments showing how various implementations made with Raspberry PI web server and power meter affect power consumption. How much energy does enabling WordPress caching save? What about optimizing queries? I will tell.

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Николай Чочев: Как да изградим успешен онлайн магазин на WordPress

Ще бъдат представени основните и най-важни плъгини и стратегии, нужни за успешното изграждане на един онлайн магазин на WordPress, най-важни стъпки за маркетингово развитие на магазина, последвани с реални маркетинг примери от 10 годишния ми опит в изграждането на уеб сайтове и онлайн магазини и накрая ще се завърши с няколко бързи трика за бърза SEO оптимизация без много познания.

Станимир Стоянов: Как да си направим разширение с Реакт и WP REST API

Rеаct неслучайно е една от най-популярните javascript библиотеки в момента, с която много лесно се създават красиви и функционални интерфейси. С тази лекция се надявам да мотивирам повече хора, които създават собствени WordPress плъгини, да пробват React. Ще използвам примери от моя личен опит с тази технология и ще споделя какви проблеми съм срещнал. Лекцията е насочена към хора, които не са използвали React преди и ще даде практически съвети от къде да започнем, как да свържем React апликацията с WordPress интерфейса.

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Jean-Baptiste Marchand-Arvier and Sabrina Zeidan: WP Rocket: from $0 to $2.6 million in 5 years | Made In WordPress #1

How has Bootstrapped SaaS WordPress startup managed to take in $2.6 million in 5 years?
Sabrina Zeidan interviews WP Media CEO Jean-Baptiste Marchand-Arvier at WordCamp Paris 2019.

The facts about WP Rocket, the most successful WordPress performance plugin:
• 750K+ websites are boosted by WP Rocket
• Team of 20
• $2.6 million in 5 years
• Bootstrapped

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Óscar Abad Folgueira: Taller de introducción a los campos personalizados con Advanced Custom Fields

– Cómo crear diferentes tipos de campos.
– Cómo asignarlo a diferentes cpts, páginas, etc…
– Cómo pintarlos en nuestros ficheros para que se vean en el front.

Si no has trabajado nunca con ACF ni con campos personalizados, esta meetup va a serte de gran ayuda para que aumentes tus armas y así puedas implementar temas para tus clientes con más funcionalidades y mucho más ordenados para que lo tengan fácil.

Si ya has trabajado con campos personalizados pero no has usado ACF, te va a molar como se hacen las cosas con ACF y las cosas que se pueden hacer.

Como ACF es un mundo, dejaremos abierta la meetup para que los/as asistentes propongan una segunda parte para más adelante.

Para esta pedazo de charla tendremos como charlatán a nuestro querido Oscar Abad Folgueira (@oabadfol).

A study in green

With the internet producing 2% of global carbon emissions and growing fast, it’s imperative that all web projects embrace efficiency in order to create a sustainable web for the future.

Having developed a carbon calculator to measure the carbon footprint of websites, we found that encouraging clients to embrace efficiency and commit to reducing their website emissions was surprisingly challenging. To help us understand why, we thought it only right that we practice what we preach and redesign our own website with the aim of improving efficiency and reducing our carbon footprint as far as possible.

This is the story of what we learned in the process, told from the perspectives of a director, a designer and a developer involved in the project.

The outcome was a 75% reduction in carbon emissions, greatly improved page load speed and better user experience. We’ll show what we did in design and development, and how buy in from all stakeholders was crucial to success.

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