Going through all the presentations of WordCamp Thessaloniki #WCThess2019 brings back the best memories of this great conference.
Here are all the presentations and workshops of WordCamp Thessaloniki 2019. Some are in the Greek language and some are in English, but all of them worth your attention.
The presentations of all the talks have been uploaded to the official WordPress Greek Community account at SpeakerDeck.
Note: Presentation videos are still in the process of being edited.
Track A #WCThess2019
- Σμαρώ Μάρογλου – Γεφυρώνοντας το χάσμα μεταξύ creative και development στον κόσμο του WordPress
- Olaf & Sharon Lederer – How to scale up your WordPress website to the next level? [EN]
- Fotis Routsis – Custom Post Types, Post Meta, Custom Taxonomies: Η καρδιά του σύγχρονου WP
- Θάνος Παπαβασιλείου – Design Principles for WooCommerce Projects
- Μυρτώ Θεοδώρογλου – Typography and its importance in Web Design
- Takis Bouyouris – Measuring frontend performance
- Dimitris Selimidis – WooCommerce Do’s and Don’ts!
Track B #WCThess2019
- Goran Nikolov – Chatbots: in Digital Marketing: An expiring trend or an absolute must? [EN]
- Αρετή Βάσσου – Corporate Blogging
- Γεωργία Τσιαμαντά – Tools to skyrocket your customer support in 5 simple steps
- Dian Tankov – How to successfully use Video Content in a WordPress Website [EN]
- Fellyph Cintra – Using machine learning to improve our WordPress Application [EN]
- Γιώργος Τεκελής – Το WordPress ως Application Development Framework
- Αλέξανδρος Μέλης – Hate Me Now, Love Me Later: Validate your business idea with WordPress!
- Sergey Biryukov – Being Productive While Working Remotely [EN]
- Ioannis Apostolidis – Σχεδιάζοντας την τέλεια καμπάνια email marketing [Workshop]
- Ευάγγελος Αθανασιάδης – Φτιάξε το δικό σου ιστότοπο τώρα με το WordPress – Όλα όσα πρέπει να ξέρεις [Workshop]
- Elias Tsaldaris – R u ready for rank position #0? | Increase your visibility in the age of assistance [Workshop]
History of WordCamp Thessaloniki
WordCamp Thessaloniki 2019 is organized by volunteers, members of the WordPress Greek Community. In particular, 15 members of the community (who you can see in more detail here), have shared the responsibilities and work to give life to the conference for the fourth year in a row, after three successful WordCamps in Athens in years 2016, 2017, 2019 and WordCamp Thessaloniki 2018.
A WordCamp is for anyone that works with WordPress, at any level of experience and knowledge, but not only. The conference is addressed to any internet user interested in getting informed on the news around WordPress, including but not limited to Web Developers, Web Designers, Βloggers, Journalists, Content Editors, Web Editors, Social Media Managers and many more fields of expertise or professionals.
Globally, WordCamps are supported by the WordPress Foundation—the official nonprofit organization the purpose of which is the preservation of the openness of WordPress—and this conference is approved and recognized by the Foundation.
WordCamps hold discussions on various topics: Startups, e-Commerce and Βlogging are just some of the topics covered at conferences like the one getting prepared at the moment.