WordCamp Orlando 2012 will be split into two tracks: novice and advanced. The novice track will be geared toward non-programming users, as well as those who are interested in WordPress but not yet familiar with it. The advanced track will be focused on developers, with talks on topics such as plugin development, theme development, security processes and more.

Each session will be 50 minutes, with enough time for an in-depth talk, a question and answer period, and ten minutes to move between one session and the next.

To better accommodate the number of attendees, Session 3 and lunch will be interchanged between each session. The novice track lunch will be at 12:30, and the advanced track lunch at 1:30.

Time Session Novice Advanced
8:30 AM Registration Joint Session Joint Session
9:30 AM Keynote Joint Session Joint Session
10:00 AM Business Exchange Joint Session Joint Session
10:30 AM Session 1 Zac Gordon – An Overview of the WordPress Control Panel and Recommended Settings Mark Jaquith – Speeding and Scaling WordPress
11:30 AM Session 2 Billy Martinez/Chuck Mullins – Website Critiques James Tryon – Best Practices in Theme Development
12:30 PM Lunch/Session 3 Lunch Mason James – Client Sites: The Aftermath
1:30 PM Session 3/Lunch Ken Granger – Google Analytics: Measuring and Managing Your Website Lunch
2:30 PM Session 4 Mark Miller – Creating a Search Marketing Campaign David Parsons – Securing Your Site
3:30 PM Session 5 Asif Rahman – Caching and Optimization Randy Hoyt – Custom Post Type Relationships
4:30 PM Session 6 Kai Armstrong – WordPress Best Practices and Sh*t You Shouldn’t Do Syed Balkhi – How to Raise your Dev Rate and Get Paid What You Are Worth
5:30 PM Drawings & Keynote Close Joint Session Joint Session
6:30 PM Social Event Buffalo Wild Wings

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