WordCamp Cape Town took place last month at the iconic V&A Waterfront with Table Mountain as the backdrop. 6 of the WooThemes team members were representing and engaging with WordPress & WooThemes users.
Below is a short 2 minute video of the day’s activities. WordCamp was slickly & professionally organised by Ashley Shaw of LightSpeed. Ashley also happens to be one of our most advanced Canvas theme users, check out his portfolio for some incredible mods!
Using WordPress as a development framework
Using WordPress as a development framework aims to alleviate the overhead associated with common activities performed in Web development. WordPress gives you a base set of application functionality such as user management, routing, caching, that you donâ€™t need to build from scratch.
This session will show you how easy it is to implement a public frontend, backend, and admin area for users, as well as a basic API and other advanced functions.
The Business of WordPress: Making Money in more ways than one
WordPress has grown into a very diverse ecosystem, where its users have cultivated multiple different opportunities to create & build a business. Commercial themes have been the most obvious / mainstream success, but beyond theming thereâ€™s still so many untapped opportunities.
This session briefly explores some of the more untapped opportunities.
See more WordCamp Cape Town talks on the dedicated YouTube channel.
Cool. Will checkout the videos later.
Awesome. Looking forward to checking out Adii’s talk, in particular.
Great, enjoyed watching those videos.
Great videos and information
Thanks for the post Mark. Appreciate the support WooThemes gave at the WordCamp event. We worked hard to make it a success, the hard work paid off.
The speakers also helped make the event a quality experience. Well done to all!