by Aaron Reimann
February 3, 2016
This is going to be a fun WordCamp this year. Last year we added a “beginners day” and we had 200 sign up. This year, we are splitting up to a the beginners day into three tracks, one of the tracks will be the developer’s track. I was asked by the other organizers to lead this track. I know I can’t do this all by myself so I have asked Micah Wood (a good friend and an amazing developer) to help lead this.
This is specifically for people who either know other frameworks and want to learn how to build within WordPress or for people who know how to hack at a theme but want to know how to do it “correctly”. We will be assuming that people in this track will already be familiar with CSS, HTML, PHP, Git (conceptually speaking) and have some local development.
So if you are looking to attend the track and learn the ends and out of WordPress theming, make sure you show up on March 19th and have the following installed on your computer:
- A local server LAMP stack (Mamp for Mac, Wamp for Windows)
- Git installed (a Git gui if you want)
- A text editor (PHPStorm is prefered, Atom/Sublime, etc works)
- Chrome or Firefox
We are also looking for other WordPress ninjas (developers) to help us during the sessions. Please let us know if you are interested in helping out.
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