If you didn’t have the chance to attend WordCamp NYC, you can still check out some of the presentations through the slides posted by the presenters. The slides don’t tell you everything, but they can certainly provide a starting point for learning more about a topic that’s new to you. Here’s a small taste of what you missed from the sessions.

Making Millions of Websites More Accessible

By Aaron Jorbin

Killer Docs For Killer Devs

Developing Digital Marketing into Your WordPress

Supporting WordPress

Express Yourself With BuddyPress Themes

Creating WordPress ChildThemes

Using Git for Sane WordPress Development

By Boone Gorges

Google loves WordPress – Blogging For SEO

WordPress for Nonprofits Using CiviCRM

Customizing the Custom Loop

Making Custom Content Management Disappear into the WordPress Admin

WordPress Security

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