I’m Speaking at D2WC 2012

I’m Speaking at D2WC 2012

Conference season is once again upon us, and this year I’ve got a few different places on my schedule. However, no place is as special as the Designer Developer Workflow Conference (D2WC) in Kansas City, Mo. D2W is my favorite conference because it brings together all of my favorite people and favorite topics. For those who don’t know, this conference is all about workflow. That means you’re going to get a ton of info on how to work more efficiently in your daily designer or developer routine.

The conference takes place May 16-18 in Kansas City at the Marriott, Country Club Plaza and the speaker lineup is simply amazing! My usual group of cohorts including Tom Green, Jim Babbage, James Williamson, Dave Hogue, and Doug Winnie will also be there, so I’m super excited to hangout with all of my buddies as well! The person responsible for this awesome event is none other than “Web Diva Extraordinaire” Dee Sadler. Dee and I go back a few years and I can tell you that she works her tail off to bring quality education to the community, and D2WC is no different.

As for what I’m teaching at D2W this year? Well, I’m teaching a workshop and a session actually. The workshop is a half-day hands-on extravaganza on WordPress Multisite management. Basically I’m going to walk you through everything you need to know about managing multiple sites within WordPress by utilizing WordPress Multisite. Don’t know what WordPress Multisite is? That’s ok, I’m starting from the ground up so nobody gets left behind! My session during the actual conference is called “From Mockup to Masterpiece” and it will focus on my creative process when developing websites. I’m not giving too much away here, but I’m REALLY excited about this one.

Again, this is one of my favorite events of the year and I hope you’ll join me and the rest of the amazing instructors at this year’s Designer Developer Workflow Conference… It’s going to be an awesome time!

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