Here are some of the photos I took while attending WPCampus in Buffalo, New York this weekend. It's so amazing to see so many friends and connect with more of those in higher education. I've also contributed these to the Google Album here.
Thanks to WordCamp Buffalo for having me back for a second time to talk about Content Architecture! I was glad to be chosen last year too, but I’ve got the new and improved slides here. I welcome the feedback and hope you will enjoy. I presented a similar version at WordCamp Milwaukee 2014 and got great feedback from that one.
How excited was I to find that my talk at WordCamp Buffalo 2013 just got published. It’s my first one so of course, I’m chuffed. Here’s the video:
I have the privilege of presenting at WordCamp Buffalo this weekend on the topic of Data Architecture in WordPress. This is their second year and it’s sold out! I present this topic at Sheridan College in the CCT360 course, part of the ICCIT joint program with University of Toronto at Mississauga. In this Intermediate Web Design, we use WordPress as their tool and it is amazing what comes out of their final projects.
Some of the presenters I know personally, such as Al Davis, Brian Hogg and Jordan Quintal and others I’ve just tweeted or emailed. One tweet I got from Jared Novak said he was upset that he wasn’t going to be able to see my talk because we were presenting at the same time. Hence the hashtag, #WordCampProblems. However, it turns out that we will both be at WordCamp Toronto in a few weeks, so he’ll get a chance to see it there.
If you are planning on attending my session, may I highly recommend that you bring Post-it notes. I will have a few on hand, but you might have more fun with your own. It will be my first time presenting this topic and I hope you’ll enjoy it.
WordCamp Buffalo, in its second year looks like it’s going to be a fun time. I’ve never presented out of country before (and yeah, I know it’s not far), but they are taking a real chance on me and for that I am thankful for. I highly recommend that you follow WordCamp Buffalo on Twitter @WordCampBuffalo and follow along with the hashtag #WCBuf tomorrow for the camp. Hope to see you there!