WordCamp SF is August 4th. If you attended, share your most important discovery. If you didn't get a ticket, come and hear about the highlights of the event and the roadmap for the future of WordPress. We can also talk about differences between WCSF 2012 and past WordCamps, and what we'd like to see at future WordCamps.
Update, August 5th.
This was a fairly developer-oriented WordCamp. Unlike past years when there was always a track aimed at the bloggers and WordPress.com users, this WordCamp focused more on topics of interest to WordPress professionals.
Everyone will want to know what's coming in the next version of WordPress, the next mobile apps, and the new default theme, however, and we hope you'll all show up for our condensed version of this long, intense day.
A FEW TOPICS
- Design for Mobile--and for Retina Displays
- Speeding up Your Site
- Parent-child relationships in custom post types
- What Makes the Twenty Twelve Default Theme Tick
- Getting Involved in the WordPress Community
- Making a Living with WordPress
- bbPress and BuddyPress
- WordPress' Mobile Apps
- What Lies Ahead for WordPress
For those who want a preview, Lanyrd.com has collected speaker slides here.
If you attended WordCamp SF 2012 and want to give a 5-minute precis of a session, e-mail sallie [at] eastbaywp [dot] com and let me know!