Speaker Spotlight: Tony Zeoli of Reese Felts Digital Newsroom

Tony joined University of North Carolina Chapel Hill in August 2010 as the lead developer in the Reese Felts Digital Newsroom. Previously, he worked as a consultant in the development of digital media applications for corporations and start-ups. He created digital products for Sony/BMG, Associated Press, Entertainment Media Works/StarStyle.com, Cablevision Systems Corp., Fuse, Smith Street […]

Speaker Spotlight: Brad Williams of WebDevStudios

Brad Williams is the Co-Founder of WebDevStudios.com, a co-host on the SitePoint Podcast, and the co-author of Professional WordPress and Professional WordPress Plugin Development. Brad has given presentations at various WordCamps across the country. He is also the organizer for the Philadelphia WordPress Meetup Group and WordCamp Philly Brad has been developing websites for over […]

Speaker Spotlight: Adam Ware of SwellPath

Adam is a self-declared “seasoned web veteran” with a rich web analytics background and extensive digital marketing experience and skills. Well-rounded in most areas of digital marketing and advertising with solid understanding of usability, web design, and underlying programming and CMS technologies. He’s now the CEO at SwellPath, an analytics consulting and digital marketing agency […]

Speaker Spotlight: Andy Stratton of Sizeable Interactive

Andy is a Zend certified PHP 5 developer and WordPress “Rock Star“, front-end developer, organic search optimizer and entrepreneur. Lover of nature, music, animals, film, art and most things tangible. He runs Sizeable Interactive, a freelance co-op based in Baltimore and has one dance move: the robot. Andy will be presenting on the topic of […]

Follow @VisitRaleigh for up to the minute news while you’re at WordCamp Raleigh

We are very pleased to be part of a great service being offered by the Greater Raleigh Convention and Visitors Bureau.  The GRCVB run VisitRaleigh.com the Official Tourism site for Raleigh, North Carolina.  As part of the free services that are offered to visitors to our beautiful city they have an official Twitter account @visitRaleigh […]

Speaker Spotlight: Justin Seeley of iThemes

Justin is a creative professional living in Murray, KY. Over the past few years he’s spent his time authoring software training titles on a variety of digital imaging topics. He’s also the creator/host of the Photoshop Quicktips Video Podcast, Founder of SeeleyTraining.com, an Apple Fanboy, and WordPress Junkie. Justin works for iThemes and WebDesign.com. Justin […]

Speaker Spotlight: Justin Sainton of Zao Web Design

Justin  is the founder of Zao Web Design, LLC, a web firm based in Portland, Oregon USA. Working exclusively with WordPress and an array of other open-source technologies, Justin and Zao have provided creative and effective solutions for a wide variety of companies and associations ranging from Targus to Pitney Bowes to the National Education […]

Announcing Cheap Dedicated Server as a sponsor of WordCamp Raleigh 2011

We are very pleased to announce that Cheap Dedicated Server is sponsoring WordCamp Raleigh 2011. The goal of cheap dedicated server is to find the best highest quality dedicated severs for the rock bottom lowest prices. The hosting market has become saturated, there are so many used car salesmen out there that know nothing about hosting. […]

Speaker Spotlight: Patrick O’Keefe of iFroggy Network

Patrick is the founder of the iFroggy Network, a network of websites covering various interests. He has been managing online communities since 2000 and is the author of Managing Online Forums, a practical guide to managing online social spaces. He has been responsible for the cultivation of communities like phpBBHacks.com, KarateForums.com and PhotoshopForums.com. He blogs […]

Speaker Spotlight: Andrew Nacin of WordPress.org

Andrew is a core developer of WordPress. As a member of the core team, he wrangles contributions, develops new features, and tries to fix more bugs than he creates. He lives in Washington, D.C., and works as a Tech Ninja at Audrey Capital, where he works on WordPress.org and other projects. He’s @nacin on Twitter […]

Speaker Spotlight: Rachel Nabors of Smashing Boxes

Rachel is a web comicker turned front-end developer and UX enthusiast. Rachel still draws comics on the weekends, and WordPress is her CMS of choice. Also, Rachel loves tea and reading comics in Japanese. Rachel will be presenting on the topic of Simple Steps to WordPress Security in the Users track.  Here’s an extract from […]

TayloeGray sponsors WordCamp Raleigh 2011

We are very pleased to announce that TayloeGray has returned to WordCamp Raleigh as a sponsor for a second year running. TayloeGray is a full service marketing firm based in Wilmington, NC.  TayloeGray works with clients to develop innovative solutions to marketing and technical challenges. The TG development team has built a wide variety of websites […]

SitePoint Podcast returns to WordCamp Raleigh for live show

We are extremely excited and pleased to announce that for the second consecutive year, the SitePoint Podcast will host a special live show at WordCamp Raleigh. Last year’s show, the first ever live, in person episode of the podcast, was a big success, with a face to face audience of 80-120 people and a live online audience […]

Speaker Spotlight: Dave Moyer of Bitwire Media

Dave is a blogger, podcaster, web developer, radio host, actor, YouTuber, musician and photographer. He’s the founding President of Bitwire Media, the producers of blogs, podcasts and new media programming including WordCast and Making My Life. Recent speaking credits include: – WordCamp Developers (Vancouver, BC) – Library of Congress Teacher Librarian Day 2011 – CSIA […]

VaultPress sponsors WordCamp Raleigh 2011

We are extremely pleased to announce that VaultPress is a Gold sponsor of WordCamp Raleigh 2011. VaultPress is the complete website backup and security solution that’s as simple as WordPress itself.  Vaultpress provides realtime, continuous backup and synchronization of every post, comment, media file, revision and dashboard setting across at least two separate cloud services […]