Keynote Speaker

Mark Jaquith, a lead WP developer“a Floridian, a husband to a wonderful wife, IN UR NOUN, VERBING UR RELATED NOUN, an employee of b5media, a fan of Free and Open Source Software, six feet, four inches tall, 25 years old, a WordPress core developer, a Mac user, an independent WordPress consultant, a capitalist and a libertarian, a Roman Catholic, this guy right here:

Mark Jaquith

Panel Discussions

We are aiming for 3 main panel discussions where we will be able to utilize some local experts in a very casual discussion format. The topics we are currently considering are:

  1. Tech & Design – From to, what are the technical pros and cons, the common pitfalls, and some tips and tricks of the trade
  2. Content is King – Overused yes, but still too true to ignore. What are the keys to developing dynamic content for your blog
  3. Traffic Solutions – Ok, so you have a blog up and running, you think you have good content, how do you bring it to the people?


15 minute breaks (Lunch: 45 minutes)

  • 10:00 – 11:00: WordPress for Beginners
  • 10:00 – 11:00: Meet and Greet
  • 11:30 – 12:15: Technical & Design Panel
  • 12:15 – 01:00: Lunch
  • 01:00 – 01:45: Content Development/Technique Panel
  • 02:00 – 02:45: Promotion/Marketing Panel
  • 03:00 – 04:00: Keynote Speaker (w/ Q&A) – Mark Jaquith

Subject to change.

After Party

Yes, there will be a nifty happy hour for people to continue to meetand greet after the event. It will be uptown and the exact location will be announced at the event.

  • If you would like to volunteer to help in any way, as a speaker or otherwise, email jason

3 Responses to Programming

  1. Kayla says:

    I don’t have a name in mind, but I’m particularly interested in the topic of using WordPress as a content management system.

    Thanks for putting this together! Let me know if I can help in any other way.

  2. […] WordCamp Updates, CLT and RDU Published August 29, 2008 Uncategorized CLT WordCamp has declared their official date, Novemer 15th, and their keynote speaker, Mark Jaquith, a lead developer on WordPress, more here. […]

  3. Looks good. Have to admit that I would like to see a WordPress Multiuser panel although this may not be a draw or of interest to many.

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