As the title goes, Puneet will introduce the audiences with WordPress. Starting with a brief history of how WordPress evolved from a blogging platform to a CMS. How WordPress is presently used to build not just blogs but, various kind of websites.
Puneet started his career as a freelance WP developer in 2009 and moved on to building an exclusive WordPress design & development agency – IdeaBox Creations.
Over the period his interest in WordPress and the community kept growing. This lead into his contribution as a translator, meetup organizer, WordCamp speaker and a WordCamp organizer.
We are Indian Developers. What China is to manufacturing, India is to software development. Cheap, Bulk, Inferior Quality. And let’s face the truth, for the most part, that argument is not wrong. Consider your colleagues and co-workers. Do you think they have great talent? Are they very good developers?
The sad thing is that we did not design ourselves for mediocrity and failures. It’s the way our brains are wired. In most cases, we don’t even know we are lousy. Let’s take this opportunity to look within and uncover the deepest sources of our biggest limitations. Let’s dig to the roots of our reality. Because awareness precedes change!
is referred to as an entrepreneur geek. One who likes technology as much as businesses.
Nirav has built a rather impressive resume over the last 17 years. He launched India’s first electronic magazine at the age of 18, started a thriving web agency at 19, and was asked to exit the company he started at 30. From that low, he made a heroic return, turned around the company and went on to create string of seven businesses. He is not a serial entrepreneur, he is a parallel entrepreneur! He’s authored two books, spoken at various events and conferences, contributed to open source and community, written some fancy code and got gray hair at early age.
Nirav and his team have created some of the most popular WooCommerce plugins. And they also have a lot of plugins on the WordPress plugins repo – with over 100,000 active installs collectively. You can learn more about his WordPress solutions from: http://www.storeapps.org, http://www.icegram.com and http://www.wpmeta.org
A major topic that should be addressed at every WordCamp where all the tech lovers are present.
Aditya Kane in his talk will speak about What is open-source.OSS impact on the world Free and open web.Why we need to protect it? Why WordPress GPL, Software as philosophy, career prospects and What should you be doing for a career in open source.
Aditya loves open source projects and discuss them with passion.He has been involved in WordPress ecosystem for over seven years now.
Aditya was also the co-organiser of WordCamp mumbai for the year 2014-15-16. He now works as chief cultural officer at Yapapaya.
One could write the history of science in reverse by assembling the solemn pronouncements also one can assemble their website by simply attending Amit Singh’s session.
In his session he will be deliberating on:
- What it means to “assemble a website”?
- Identifying Various components of a website required to assemble them.
- Tools available to enable assembling of –Websites Themes Make Layers Divi Headway.
- Pro and Cons of using themes to assemble websites Page Builder Plugins Divi plugin Beaver Builder Velocity pages.
- Pros and Cons of using Page Builder Shortcode Platforms Toolset Plugins Awesome Studio Platform
- Pros and Cons of Shortcode Platforms
- Can we truly Assemble a website?
- What is future of developing websites.
Amit Singh is a founder and CEO of WPoets technology. He been working with WordPress since 2007, and contributed his first WordPress plugin to WordPress.org repository in 2008. He is very active with WordPress community in pune, and regularly speaks at WordCamps in India.
WordPress acquires 26℅ of web providing people free, open source and a very easy way for showcasing there talents, so now it’s time to show some gratitude to WordPress.
Alexander Gounder will dig into the ways through which one could contribute to WordPress.
Alex is an SEO / SEM & Internet Marketer with a wide variety of work experience across industries and domains like Films, TV Production, Customer Service, Politics, Government Operations, Press Relations, Video Games, Casual Gaming, Mobile, Graphic & Web Design.
He runs a digital agency in Mumbai called Ink my web, Other than Inbound Marketing it focuses on developing websites using WordPress. He is an Organiser for WordCamp Mumbai and Volunteer with WordCamp Central.
Saurabh Shukla is going to discuss and speak over Collaboration oriented development , I.e. on introducing contribution sockets in an open source project with lessons from the WordPress project and other WordPress related projects like Contribution and contributor oriented development vs maintainer oriented development, key contributor recruitment tool, Hand-holding new contributors to independence mainly.
Saurabh Shukla is the Chief Strategist at Yapapya and the Chief Mentor at BaapWP.me. He is a guy , who believes that freedom is right and everyone has control over it, ans is thereby fascinated by GPL. According to him , the open source and morality and Internet can provide solutions to most of the problems of Indians,mainly education and livelihood.
WordPress being an open source , democratic and self controlled publishing system is the first choice of Saurabh always and therefore he writes, talk, teaches and inspires about WordPress whenever, wherever possible .
India has the second largest population in the world. More than a million people are directly working in IT sector. Yet, WordPress agency or in general any software agency in India, or even in South Asia is often mistaken as that agency which does low quality work for ridiculously low rates!
In 2007 a wise man named Rahul Bansal stumbled on WordPress, for customizing his blog. So here WordCamp Bhopal introduces you to the most distinguished speaker Rahul Bansal. He is going to deliberate his session on how he used innovative methods to hire people, what challenges he faced in motivating his employees to be core contributors, nurturing a culture of giving back to open source and how it all helped him to stand out.
Rahul Bansal is the founder and CEO of rtCamp situated in Pune. He is an amazing blogger, creative developer & designer and a innovative entrepreneur.
He loves planning out server architecture and development processes. he is passionate for technology, Nginx in particular.
He is a very fascinating and charming person incorporating with a interesting background.
We have Swapnil Patil as our Prominent Speaker of WordCamp Bhopal. Swapnil is an engineering graduate from Pune. He is tech savvy and evangelist. He is a front-end developer and designer. He has successfully organized WordCamp in Pune city.
He will be talking about how & why you should translate WordPress products. He has been with the WordPress community for long and there is a lot more to learn from him.
Swapnil started his WordPress journey back in Jan 2014; Since then, he says to have enjoyed each moment of his professional life. He gets immense happiness in giving back to the community and you can see him contributing in some or the other way, by co-organizing WordCamp Pune, publishing plugins on wordpress.org, being a GTE of Marathi WordPress project, or contributing to the core WordPress project.
When asked to tell us about his talk, he said, “Two-thirds of WordPress users live outside the US. That’s a lot of people who probably speak English as a second language – and also people who develop websites for those who might not speak English at all. So wish to throw some light on translating WordPress. Will be discussing few things I learned through my journey as a GTE for WordCamp”.
He is a man with charming personality and niche knowledge. WordCamp Bhopal is privileged to have him as their speaker.
We are happy to announce that WordCamp Bhopal 2016 is officially accepting speaker applications.
We are currently looking for speakers who can inspire and inform attendees including: designers, developers, bloggers, and content strategists to talk about topics like:
- WordPress environment
- Community and beyond
The call for speakers will close on 15th August at midnight. The WordCamp Bhopal team will then contemplate and confirm which session will make the program within a short time thereafter. Everyone who submits a proposal for session will be informed.
Please be aware that speakers are not compensated for there presentation. Your presentation or workshop is a voluntary participation in the WordPress community also no reimbursement for travel and stay would be given. Speakers have to pay for there travel and stay just like attendees. Please be also aware that you may be filmed and that the video of your presentation can be available on WordCamp TV.
Who we’re looking for
- A certain aptitude as a speaker (newbies welcome!).
- Confirmed expertise in the subject you’ll be presenting.
- A unique or different point of view.
- A passion for WordPress and the desire to contribute to the community.
HERE ARE A FEW IDEAS TO KEEP IN MIND WHEN SENDING US A DESCRIPTION OF YOUR AMAZING TALK:
- The session has to be related to WordPress.
- Nothing’s too small, but some topics are too big: You should plan to be able to deliver your talk in about 25-30 minutes with time for questions. However, if your idea is for a very short talk, please apply. We’ll plan to have some micro-slots available.
- Describe your audience and your talk: You should be able to describe what type of WordPress user will benefit from your talk. Are you talking to Developers? Designers? Bloggers? Or All of them. Also, please summarize what you’re planning to say in one medium-sized paragraph. It makes it easier for us to review. Thanks
- Sessions in हिन्दी are welcome. So do not hesitate to Apply to speak in हिन्दी.
If you’d like to take the opportunity to come forward and talk to the community, discuss what you’ve learned, or anything else you want to share by speaking at WordCamp Bhopal , then submit the form below.
Call for Speakers is now closed