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by Troy Dean
I’m pleased to announce another interactive workshop to be held on day 2 of the conference: A better WordPress for your clients by Troy Dean.
Troy’s workshop will be on how to make WordPress a better client experience and make you as a web developer look more professional.
by Dion Hulse
Dion Hulse, a core contributor to WordPress, is giving a workshop on Sunday on contributing to WordPress titled “How to become a Surgeon – An introduction into WordPress core contributing”.
“When was the last time you could look at a vanilla WordPress install and say “I made that work!” – believe me when I say, It’s a great feeling to know that tens of millions of people are affected by one single bit of functionality in WordPress. If that’s something which you would like to be able to say, this is possibly the workshop for you.
During this workshop you’ll learn the process of how WordPress development works. The workshop will start at the beginning (an idea or a bug) and work our way through the steps and processes that a bug or feature goes through to its début in a WordPress release.”
by Anthony Cole
I’m pleased to announce the first of the interactive workshops to be held on day 2 of the conference: Google Analytics 101 by Melinda Samson.
Have you ever wondered how you can use the powerful data provided by the free tool, Google Analytics, to improve your website’s performance? Or maybe you don’t have Google Analytics set up yet but you want to learn more about it.
During this introductory walkthrough, you’ll discover how to use Google Analytics and what the key statistics mean, including Total Visitors, Unique Visitors, Bounce Rate and Time on Site.
You’ll also learn how to:
You’re welcome to bring a laptop if you want to review your own Google Analytics account during this interactive session.
26th–27th February 2011