Everyone wants more enterprise clients, right? Seemingly endless budgets, cool projects, and on time payment of invoices without any question … or is that just a myth?
Roy Sivan talks about his experience(s) using WordPress in the enterprise sector, and what that looks like as a full-time employee, as well as what it may look like for a contractor / consultant. There are many great reasons to work with enterprise, but there are some things you should know first.
Leading distributed teams can be complex, when looking from the outside. With the future of work being a distributed work culture, leading teams across the globe are now more relevant than ever before.
I’ll share a few principles, tips, and tools I’ve used while leading distributed teams since 2011, as well as starting points for applying a distributed leadership culture to your team and/or business.
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Taking the eCommerce plunge: my ups and downs as an entrepreneur
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Tina Peterson recounts the journey of the Sprint Accelerator. Learn how and why corporations work with innovative young companies, what’s been learned along the way and why none of this would have been possible without the community. Bonus: If you join this discussion, you might even get magic formula for innovation.
This talk about – WordPress. How “open” is WordPress, anyway? What makes WordPress open source, how open is the process, and how does the project participate in the open web?
WordPress is built on a database, but have you ever taken a look at what’s in it? Come take a stroll through the tables and fields in the WordPress database and learn how they work together to make your site.
In this session, attendees will learn how to optimize WordPress sites for important technical SEO best practices. All levels of technical optimizations will be covered from basic to intermediate to advanced, including both traditional optimizations that have been around for a long time, as well as newer modern SEO optimizations including AMP and Schema markup. We will walk through a checklist of important technical SEO best practices, and I will highlight our favorite SEO plugins, tools, and resources along the way.
Learning to think like a hacker in the security realm is a big part of keeping your assets safe, and there are additional benefits. In this session, Kathy will use the stories of defeating hackers to help you make better security decisions. She’ll also illustrate how the hacker mindset is much more than protecting your site and information. Thinking like a hacker can also help you break through perceived limitations, overcome obstacles, and capitalize on opportunities to innovate.