Jamie has a wide range of experiences across the WordPress solution stack and is currently the lead WordPress developer at Innovapost supporting 20+ internal domains / external microsites for the Canada Post Group of Companies. Whether working as front-end designer, plugin developer, DevOps resource or solution architect, he is equally capable / comfortable helping clients deliver small projects that might convert legacy applications into highly-engaging user experiences as he is launching enterprise-scale initiatives that integrate complex workflows to APIs and other infrastructure.
Jamie will be giving a talk entitled “You can write 30 features in 30 lines of code today and other WordPress Enhancements“.
What’s been your best experience with WordPress?
Showing people the power of the platform in fun ways like helping employees fundraising for United Way through online auctions and photo scavenger hunts.
Tell us a bit about your WordCamp Ottawa talk.
People who have an interest in customizing WordPress but are unsure how will see how easy it is to extend in iterative ways. People who already do this will come away with more methods and examples to inspire their own efforts in the future.
What’s your favourite thing about attending WordCamps?
Finding answers to questions I didn’t even know I had until I connect with others sharing their experiences.
What’s exciting you about WordPress in 2016?
Fields API featured project and the Rest API
Recommend one to three people in the WordPress world to follow on social media!
@dimensionmedia @TheTorqueMag @JJJ