You've heard of custom taxonomies for posts, now learn how the same concept can be applied to users. In this simple demonstration you will learn how to categorize users and display their profiles in an online directory. We will go through a recently built live site, dig into the code and give you the tools to replicate this technique in your own project.
PushUp allows you to selectively deliver on-demand notifications right to your visitor’s desktops as you update your content. While PushUp currently supports Safari Push Notifications on OS X Mavericks, support for other browsers is coming soon. See a simple demo of PushUp, and be the first to see a sneak peak of how developers can use our API to deliver notifications for other kinds of events.
GET ONE-ON-ONE ASSISTANCE AT OUR HELP DESK:
The experts from Tadpole.cc will be available throughout the evening to help you with your WordPress issues and answer your questions.
"WPNYC GIVES BACK" RAFFLE:
We will raffle off $1 for each user that RSVP's. This money will be split between:
• One WPNYC member.
• A WordPress developer that has donated a free theme or plugin to the community (chosen by the member winner)
Check out our past winners >
ABOUT THE SPEAKERS:
Rindy Portfolio is a longtime WordPress enthusiast who can usually be found in the WPNYC help desk. He is a theme developer with Tadpole Collective, and an organizer of WordCamp NYC.
Helen Hou-Sandi is the Director of Platform Experience at 10up and a WordPress core committer. When she’s not helping make WordPress shine for everybody, she can be found engineering publishing experiences for 10up’s amazing clients or hanging out with her family over in Jersey City.