OpenCamp – Jerod Morris – Make Your Own Breaks

In this session, the creator of, Jerod Morris, will talk about his experiences with topics including: blogger vs. mainstream media tension, attracting media references and links, the technical demands of high traffic loads, monetization, hackers, and security. On more than one occasion he has had to call his then boss and now business partner

OpenCamp – Aaron Brazell – WordPress’ Undiscovered APIs

The extensibility of WordPress is legendary. But buried deep beneath the surface is plugin API that is rarely used and lie mostly undiscovered. Get a primer on how these APIs might be used in plugins and take WordPress to even higher heights by Aaron Brazell, author of the book The WordPress Bible and owner of

OpenCamp – Lorelle VanFossen – Plugins That Blow Your Mind

As the first official “WordPress Crash Test Dummy,” Lorelle has long worshiped the ground WordPress Plugin authors walk over. Join her as she explores the world of WordPress Plugins that are pushing the barriers that many feel limit WordPress, changing site navigation, connecting with the social web, expanding WordPress Theme capabilities, unique solutions to tasks

Where Are The Settings For That Plugin?

At the end of the WordPress Developers meeting for September 2nd, 2010, I had the opportunity to ask a random question about WordPress that has been bothering me for some time. Out of curiosity will there ever be a way to organize the menus at least by alphabetical order? The question ignited a bit of

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