This post was written to accompany a talk about WordPress plugins at the WordPress Memphis User Group, which meets on the first Thursday of every month. What are plugins Chances are, if you’ve been using WordPress, you’re aready familiar with plugins but, if you aren’t entirely sure what they are, how they work, or even […]
Here are the slides for my talk at Tech Camp Memphis 2014. Abstract: Over just a few years, the rise of mobile technology has dramatically changed the way people interact with the web. As a result, the web community has adapted quickly to meet new challenges and ensure that websites look good and function properly […]
Here are the slides for my talk at the Memphis Web Workers User Group on October 10, 2014. Abstract: Zurb Foundation is the self-proclaimed “advanced responsive front-end framework in the world.” I’ve worked with Foundation on a number of projects over the past couple of years and it’s an awesome tool. In this talk, I’ll briefly go […]
These are the slides for a talk at the Memphis WordPress User Group on September 4, 2014 at CoWork Memphis.
Talk: I’ll be giving a talk about the role of open source development in higher ed institutions at the upcoming Tennessee Higher Education Information Technology Symposium in Chattanooga Tennessee. The talk will focus on the experience I had with the UTHSC-WPCAS plugin developed for UTHSC and encourage Higher-Ed tech professionals to consider open sourcing their […]