According to the Wordpress Codex, Post Types refers to the various structured data that is maintained in the WordPress posts table. Native (or built-in) post types include: post, page, attachment, revision, and nav-menu-item.
Custom Post Types are also supported in WordPress. Custom Post Types allow you to create different types of content in WordPress.
Brian Artka will share about some nifty projects he's been working on recently that show the power of custom post types.
There is also a pretty crazy plugin for creating and managing Custom Post Types that we will be discussing. It is called the Custom Post Type UI plugin that acts as a user interface to make it really easy to use Custom Post Types on your website.
Jerry Broitzman of Aquent, will be providing the refreshments for the evening.
Jerry says, "As a Senior Recruiter, my job is to provide as much information as possible to you about the job opening, so that you can make the best decision. Think of me as a wilderness guide. My job is to help walk you through the woods, avoiding the quicksand, falling rocks, impassable rivers and assorted trolls. Once I point out the pot of gold, it is your job to retrieve it. Where is your pot of gold?"
Also, you can sign up for the 2012 Milwaukee WordCamp here: http://2012.milwaukee.wordcamp.org/tickets/taking place at Bucketworks on June 2-3,2012