Writing secure code is more than three-letter acronyms, escaping, and sanitization. It’s a state of mind, just like writing useful and maintainable software. In this talk we will show the natural evolution of the attitude towards security of a WordPress plugin developer. This entry was posted in video and tagged #wceu, security, wordpress.
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Can’t make it to Seville? Don’t worry! All of our presentations will be streamed live during the event. The live stream is free, but we do ask that you register. You can sign up for a ticket here, even during the event.
We know you’re probably really sad you can’t make WordCamp Europe 2015 this year. Well we’ve got some good news! WordCamp Europe will be live streamed to anyone who wants to watch sessions. The live stream is free, but we do ask that you register.
WordCamp Europe is only 10 days away. We hope you’re really excited! Have you already signed up for Contributor day on Sunday, June 28th? If you haven’t, there are still a few places left, make sure you save yours.
It’s just over a month until WordCamp Europe! All over Europe, the organising team is working on all of those tiny details that make for a perfect WordCamp. Today we’re excited to share one of the big details with you – the schedule!
We have another group of speakers to introduce you to today. They come from across the WordPress community and around the world. We hope you’re as excited as we are about seeing them in Seville in …
Hey WordCampers! Hope you’re having a great Wednesday. We’re really excited to share with you the second group of #WCEU speakers. Hope you find something you like 😉 Matt Mullenweg is the co…
All jokes aside, it’s time! The 2015 organising team is really excited to announce the first group of WordCamp Europe speakers you’ll be meeting in Seville. Ryan McCue was 14 when he started contributing to WordPress. Today, at 21, he’s a WordPress core contributor, and the lead developer of the SimplePie RSS/Atom parsing library included with core, plus the Requests HTTP library.
With less than three months to go, it’s time to tell the world you’re coming to Seville to be a part of WordCamp Europe 2015. Use the #wceu badges, created by our talented 2015 creative lead Sonja Leix, to spread the word that you’re attending, volunteering, sponsoring or speaking!
After two incredible WordCamp Europe editions in 2013 and 2014, we’re getting ready for the third edition of a WordCamp for the entire European continent! This year’s WordCamp Europe will be hosted in Seville, Spain from June 26 th to 28 th.
When WordCamp Europe was born the idea was to host it in a different European city every year. The reasoning behind this is quite clear – gather WordPress enthusiasts from all around the continent in a new exciting place each year to share knowledge, have fun and get to know the local community of that country and city.
We strongly encourage you to not wait for until the last minute and apply to speak today. To help you prepare your submission, here are some example topics that we believe are interesting to our audience. Please note that these are only for inspiration – we encourage you to submit any idea based on your expertise.
The 2015 org team is inviting you to join the show and become a part of the magic that is WordCamp Europe. With more than hundreds of attendees expected at the event, we’re going to need a big team.
The ticket price of 40 EUR covers two conference days (Friday and Saturday), lunch, coffee and snacks for every conference day, #WCEU contributor day on Sunday, a t-shirt and other awesome swag, and entrance to the WordCamp Europe after-party.
For the third WordCamp Europe, we’re excited to bring ever more brilliant speakers on board to make it happen. The event will be held in Seville from June 26 to 28 and will bring together more than 1000 designers, developers, business owners, entrepreneurs, marketing experts, bloggers, and educators with a passion for WordPress from all across Europe.
The dates and location for WordCamp Europe 2015 are set! In a third consecutive year the growing European community will gather together for three days of knowledge sharing, networking, having fun and creating long-term friendships.