Watch sessions

Watch Video:

Track 1
 (Halle E) • Track 2 (Halle G) • Track 3 (Leopold)

Friday, June 24th

Time Track 1 - Halle E Track 2 - Halle G Track 3 - Leopold
09:15Opening Remarks Petya Raykovska
09:30WordPress: the early years. A co-founder’s view Mike LittleConnected WordPress Gary PendergastWP-CLI for beginners Marcos Schratzenstaller
10:00Moving forward with a mature platform John BlackbournMaking Ads Great Again Adam SilversteinMultisite! Jeremy Felt
10:30Cultivating happy teams, for better business (panel) Magne Ilsaas, Brian Krogsgard, Alexander Frison, Matt Johnson, Ilona FilipiShort Talks: WordPress Hardening – Ten tips in ten minutes, What’s New in PHP7 and what to expect in PHP7.1 Dan Blows, Maurizio PelizzoneTheming in WordPress: Where do I start? Edmund Turbin
11:00Morning Break
11:30Empathy and Acceptance in Design and Community Morten Rand-HendriksenThinking outside the box(model) – An introduction to Flexbox Luc PrincenWebsite Security – The Big Picture w/ Simple Steps to Take Aaron Campbell
12:00How NewsCorp Australia scaled WordPress to host Australias largest ‘news’ websites on WordPress VIP Juan Zapata, Dion BeetsonAssistive Technology Demo Graham ArmfieldThemes & Plugins in harmony Ulrich Pogson
12:30Decision-making in WordPress core development Mike SchroderShort Talks: Your content is trapped – How a proper content architecture can save it, Publish in 10 Minutes Per Day Thomas Kräftner, Andrea BadgleyThe ultimate WordPress development environment Matt Geri
14:30Interview and Q&A Matt MullenwegInterview and Q&A – Streaming Matt MullenwegInterview and Q&A – Streaming Matt Mullenweg
15:30The 2016 Plugin Directory Konstantin ObenlandEditing Text at The New York Times Eric LewisKeys to Growing & Developing your WordPress Meetup Dee Teal
16:00Reviews: The Good, The Bad, and the Stalker Mika EpsteinSeven Times Faster : A Study in frontend Optimization Peter WilsonContributing to WordPress for Business, Profession & the Community Kel Santiago-Pilarski
16:30Afternoon Break
17:00A look into Calypso Matías Ventura“Caring is the coolest thing I’ve ever seen anyone do.”—Thoughts on WordPress Plugin UI Caspar HübingerManaging a local WordPress community Sergey Biryukov
17:30Beyond SEO: copywriting for professionals Marieke van de Rakt, Joost de ValkClosing the gap: Developing your support philosophy Erica Varlese, Pam KockeStories From the Japanese WordPress Community Naoko Takano
18:00Closing Remarks Petya Raykovska

Saturday, June 25th

Time Track 1 - Halle E Track 2 - Halle G Track 3 - Leopold
09:30Code is Poetry: A Musician’s Tale Helen Hou-SandíThe (rebirth of the) Italian community Francesca MaranoWhat’s my WordPress site’s email strategy? Becs Rivett-Kemm
10:00Art Directed Web Typography Marko DugonjićMy friend the Impostor Syndrome Sonja LeixMaking the Leap: Successful Products as a Web Agency Matt Cheney
10:30WordPress, state of the accessibility Rian RietveldShort Talks: Handling Anxiety, The Science of Happiness Tom Nowell, Davor AltmanProject Management or How to Herd Cats Becky Davis
11:00Morning Break
11:30The Ultimate REST API talk Part 1 Joe HoyleMoving the design process to the browser Lucijan BlagonićManaging a remote WordPress team Mario Peshev
12:00The Ultimate REST API talk Part 2 Joe HoyleEmotional Interfaces Tammie ListerChanging the world, one WordPress site at a time: How we built a successful, distributed WordPress firm serving nonprofits Lesley Molecke
12:30You are too cheap Tomaz ZamanThe Swiss Knife of a WordPress Developer Ivelina Dimova
14:30Inheriting large and legacy projects Andrew NacinPrivacy and the Web: are you doing what it takes? Anders Jensen-Urstad, Amelia AndersdotterUnconference
15:00Using the REST API and JavaScript to create better WordPress interfaces K. Adam WhiteThe Discovery & Definition Approach to Project Planning David LockieUnconference
15:30Open source project management at scale, how 1300+ people improved Drupal 8’s multilingual features Gábor HojtsyUsing Composer to create manageable WordPress websites Anna LadoshkinaUnconference
16:00Rebuilding Babel: Communication in a Virtual World Siobhan McKeownUnconference
16:30Afternoon Break
17:00Modernizing WordPress Search with Elasticsearch Taylor LovettDealing with different client cultures Karim Marucchi
17:30The making of Calypso: a team perspective Davide CasaliFrom Blogger to WordPress Core Committer Pascal Birchler
18:00Closing Remarks
20:30After party – #WCEUBall – Halle E


Tribe Meetups and Speed Networking

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After party: Saturday, June 25th – 8:30pm

The WordCamp Europe After party will be at Halle E on Saturday, June 25th, starting at 8:30 pm. You need your badge to get in, so don’t forget those.

Sunday, June 26th – Contributor day

Time University of Vienna
09:30Registration & coffee
10:00Start – introducing the agenda for the day
14:00More contributing!
18:00Results from the day and closing remarks

Interested in attending contributor day and helping make WordPress? Our venue capacity is limited, so reserve your spot today.