Thursday, October 18, 2012

Speaking at WordCamp Buffalo

Having returned late last night from a six-timezone jump and an almost complete disconnect from technology, in just two days I'll be back up to full strength as I speak at WordCamp Buffalo on Saturday, October 20, 2012. Some information about the event from the site:

WordCamp Buffalo is a one day conference held in Buffalo, NY focusing on WordPress. Our goal is to increase knowledge about WordPress for people who already are working with it, and show some benefits of using it for anyone who may be interested, but aren’t currently working with WordPress. WordCamps are a bit different than your typical Conference. WordCamps are informal, community-organized events with information for anyone from a new user to a core developer.

While I am not a WordPress developer, I am a regular user and I also have over 15 years experience in content management as a concept and more than a decade experience having built our own multi-lingual enterprise web content management system (QuantumCMS) at Algonquin Studios. Having worked with clients directly as well as in the nuts-and-bolts of assorted platforms, I'll be bringing that experience to bear for a session on developing your content strategy.

You can learn more about the other sessions and speakers at the WordCamp Buffalo site. If you are lucky enough to have gotten a ticket before they sold out, here's a handy map:


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