We had a great time at WordCamp Raleigh 2013

Written by | November 26, 2013 | Posted in Coding, Culture

This year was Cuberis’ second year attending WordCamp Raleigh and our first year presenting. We met some great folks and saw some very interesting sessions. Besides my own (obviously), my favorite ones were “WordPress and Embedded Computing” by Doug Cone (because it was so mind-blowing) and “Developing Custom Themes for Clients” by Steven Slack (because there were so many useful tools that I can’t wait to try out).

My session was called “Jailbreaking WordPress: That’s what you’re supposed to do.” I laid down some context by reviewing how WordPress got to where it is now, then presented 3 case studies showing how extensible WordPress really is, and finally reviewed some great tools for getting started.

Oh, and I also gave out free beer for participation.

My session was recorded and should be up on WordPress.tv soon for your viewing pleasure. I will let you know when that happens! Keep an eye on our Facebook or Twitter accounts for updates. For now, you can flip through my slides on SlideShare: