We talked about this briefly in our last WordPress South Florida meetup, but now you have the chance to give us your feedback on the upcoming WordCamp Miami 2013. Let us know what interests you so we can schedule our conference days better.
WordPress for Beginners Workshop: A few hours running you from hosting, domain name registration, to the beginnings of how to setup and post w/ WordPress.
WordPress for Kids: A couple of hours in the morning devoted to just teaching WordPress to youngsters and getting them to start and run their first blog. If they can type, they can use WordPress.
BuddyPress Mini-Camp: A few sessions devoted to BuddyPress, a social networking plugin for WordPress. Sessions to be delivered by experienced BuddyPress developers and will cover a range of beginner and advanced topics.
How To Build A Better Freelance / WordPress Business – A collection of sessions devoted to the business and legal side of WordPress and your freelance business. If you want to sell a theme, plugin, or be a better freelancer (even if you don’t do WordPress), then this would be suited for you.
Front-End Development Workshop – Sessions devoted to HTML/CSS and other front-end subjects.
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