Alonso and Florian recently launched a WordPress plugin and will talk about the technical aspects, as well as the experience of launching, promoting, and providing support for WordPress plugins.
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About The Speakers:
A Tag Management System (TMS) like Google’s free Tag Manager (GTM) puts marketers in control of marketing technology by easing deployment of analytics and advertising tags. GTM reduces reliance on development resources for websites and apps and speeds up the site by firing only needed tags through Rules or Triggers. Empirical Path’s Peter Howley will train marketers and technologists alike to migrate and enhance tags, share key user actions and traits across vendors, and save time and resources.
Come join us for our $i++ holiday shing ding where there is no presentation, but just a good time had by all. We will once again be doing the white elephant gift exchange, if you are into that sort of thing. Rules are simple, bring a gift, of the geeky nature, and at some point in the evening we'll draw numbers. You have the option of picking a gift or stealing the someone elses gift. At the end of it all, the person first picked gets to steal the coolest gift of the night. Short story long, you win if you're picked first.
About the Speaker: Formerly an engineer in the Bay Area at Google and Hewlett-Packard, Sheelah is an independent web developer and designer here in Albuquerque. She loves spending her downtime hiking in the mountains with her husband and dog.
Billing seems super simple a-priori - you have an awesome startup selling cat-pics on Twitter. $0.30 / pic - what a bargain. But then your excellent marketing team does some market analysis and sees that CPaaS is a thing and a monthly product makes sense - $5/mo for unlimited cat pics. Also, some variety of promotions make sense - $3 for the first month and $5 from there-out. And users are joining mid-month and pro-rating should be a thing. Also, those promotions need to expire after a month.
You can git pull, merge, and even force-push with the best of them, but what’s really going on in that .git folder? What’s a commit, and how does it know where it came from? What does checking out a tag have to do with detaching your head, and why does rebase mess things up so thoroughly? In this talk, we’ll get inside individual commits and learn to push them around, then zoom out to the whole repository. Come find out how Git’s glorified game of Connect-the-Dots can improve the development workflow and collaboration opportunities for your whole team!
A workshop with Code for America and Code4ABQ
- Where: FatPipe ABQ
- When: July 11, 2015, 9 - 12:30
- Cost: $5 (covering cost of coffee & snacks)
- All Levels
- Bring a computer
ABQ WebGeeks is excited to announce the first skills-based workshop in a series that aims to bring a new skillset to each participant in a fun, interactive, community-focused environment.
This years presenters are:
Charlie Wisoff: CivNet
Eric Renz-Whitmore: Albuquerques innovation echosystem.
Melo: Code for Albuquerque
Patrick White: CaliforniaBirthIndex.org
Evan: Distributed Queues in the Cloud.