WordCamp Nashville 2014 has something for everyone – new users, businesses owners who want to better understand how their site works, intermediate folks and seasoned developers.
We had an extraordinary strong pool of submissions and narrowing it down was tough. Part of our “theme” this year is Celebrating Nashville’s WordPress Community, and we gave preference to presenters from Tennessee (and Southern Kentucky) to showcase local talent.
You’ll see familiar names and some new ones. Samuel Wood, known to the WP community as “Otto”, is back! He’s a WordPress core developer who lives in Memphis and he’ll talk about JSON API(s) in Track 3. Nashville’s Kate O’Neill, a champion of Music City as a technology hub and women in tech and leadership, is the keynote. This year, the keynote will be before lunch, at 11 a.m.
Mike Toppa makes his third consecutive WordCamp Nashville Track 3 appearance. Jon Henshaw of Raven Tools will talk SEO. We’ve got detailed sessions on JetPack, Gravity Forms, SEO, WordPress for Nonprofits and more awesome stuff, including a panel on Women in WordPress.
So get your ticket and join us.