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Since people will be tuning in to WordSesh from all over the globe we needed a way to standardize the time.

About WordSesh

WordSesh is 1 full day of live WordPress presentations from all over the world streamed live to you wherever you may be. And best of all, it's FREE!

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When?

WordSesh will take place on Saturday, December 7, 2013, 00:00 - 24:00 UTC.
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How?

24 sessions. 1 session every hour, on the hour, for 24 hours.
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Where?

Grab some coffee, sit back and relax! All you need to do is be by a computer.
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Why?

Because we love WordPress just as much as you do! So grab a pen and some paper and get ready to learn a lot of WordPress knowledge.

The Schedule

Unlike the first WordSesh, WordSesh 2 will have 2 tracks. Most sessions will take place in "Room A" there are some time slots that have simultaneous sessions in "Room B". All sessions will be archived so don't worry about missing anything. Also, please note the schedule is subject to change.

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Room A

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    The DradCast – WordSesh Kickoff

    Speakers

    Brad Williams

    Dre Armeda

  • 1:00 UTC
    Not just a plugin: Pods – A comprehensive development framework

    Speakers

    David Cramer

    Josh Pollock

    Phil Lewis

    Scott Clark

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    Interview with Matt Mullenweg

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    Matt Mullenweg

    Siobhan McKeown

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    Finding Your Support Groove on the WordPress.org Forums

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    Rob La Gatta

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    Pricing WordPress Products

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    Shane Pearlman

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    Designing for WordPress

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    Natalie MacLees

    Suzette Franck

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    Don’t Be the Unicorn: Be a Horse!

    Speakers

    Jake Goldman

    James Dalman

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    WordPress Theming Best Practices for Client-Centric Web Development

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    Brian Krogsgard

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    Responsive Design with WordPress

    Speakers

    Joe Casabona

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    Debugging WordPress

    Speakers

    Mario Peshev

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    Ten ways that WordPress freelancers can make the world a better place

    Speakers

    David Lockie

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    A Fireside Chat with JJJ

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    John Jacoby

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    Freemium, a sustainable model for your plugin

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    Kim Gjerstad

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    So You Want to Launch a Plugin/Theme?

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    Chris Van Patten

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    Intro to Custom Fields: Breaking out of the_content box

    Speakers

    Denise Williams

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    Gear up your WordPress

    Speakers

    Daniel Kanchev

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    Designing Dashicons

    Speakers

    Ben Dunkle

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    Rock-solid JavaScript and AJAX

    Speakers

    Eric Mann

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    WordPress Podcasting Roundtable

    Speakers

    Brad Touesnard

    Brad Williams

    Dre Armeda

    Jason Tucker

    Jeff Chandler

    Matt Medeiros

    Pippin Williamson

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    How to add semantic data (schema) to your WordPress website in 20 minutes or less

    Speakers

    Miriam Schwab

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    Writing Testable WordPress Plugins

    Speakers

    Jonathan Brinley

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    i18n: Preparing Your WordPress Theme for the World

    Speakers

    Lisa Sabin-Wilson

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    101 Ways To Demand Higher Fees

    Speakers

    Troy Dean

  • 23:00 UTC
    How to create a native iOS/Android mobile app with WordPress

    Speakers

    Scott Bolinger

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    How to Build a Successful WordPress Plugin Business

    Speakers

    Louis Reingold

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    The Best WordPress Security Plugin is You

    Speakers

    Jason Cosper

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    Stop Making Things Pretty And Start Designing

    Speakers

    Michelle Schulp

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    How Best to Spend Your Time on Your Blog and How I Know

    Speakers

    Bill Belew

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    Characteristics of a Sustainable WordPress Product

    Speakers

    Matt Cohen

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    Designing Responsively: A Responsive Workflow

    Speakers

    Christopher Cochran

  • 24:00 UTC
    WordPress Security – Dissecting a Hack – Payload / Intent

    Speakers

    Tony Perez

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    Building WordPress Themes Quickly with Reusable SASS

    Speakers

    Brad Parbs

  • 24:00 UTC
    Sliders: The Good, the Bad and the Technical

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    Tom Harrigan

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    Creatively Creating Custom Post Types

    Speakers

    Nikhil Vimal

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    Structuring Content in WordPress

    Speakers

    Jamie Schmid

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    Why You Should (Or Shouldn’t) Use Premium Plugins

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    Patrick Rauland

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    Minimum Viable WordPress Product

    Speakers

    Joe Hoyle

    Noel Tock

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    WooCommerce Ecosystem

    Speakers

    Brent Shepherd

    Coen Jacobs

    Daniel Espinoza

    Patrick Rauland

    Scott Basgaard

  • 24:00 UTC
    WordPress Design Trends

    Speakers

    Mel Choyce

  • 24:00 UTC
    WordPress SEO: Getting Back to the Basics

    Speakers

    Nile Flores

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What people are saying about WordSesh

"Seeing all those awesome presenters without having to travel was brilliant. Doing it in my PJ's: Bonus!"
Chris Lema http://chrislema.com
It was amazing how WordSesh felt like a real WordCamp! Just that it was online. Great presenters and organizers!
Nik from TechVoltz http://techvoltz.com/
It was fun to see how loopy Scott Basgaard got w/out sleeping for more than a day for @WordSesh. The talks rocked, too.
Jesse Petersen http://www.petersenmediagroup.com/
There isn't any other event that could assemble this much WP knowledge in one place.
Michael Silva http://michaelsilva.me/

Session Archive

The first WordSesh was a HUGE success thanks to everyone who was involved. It was 24 hours of non-stop WordPress knowledge and fun. We've archived all the videos over on YouTube if you'd like to relive the experience.

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