Photos of WordPress WordCamp Miami 2014

Last weekend inQbation attended the 5th annual WordCamp event in Miami. Here are some of the photos we took during the event.

Below is the cover presentation of John James Jacoby, BuddyPress and bbPress lead developer, who gave a presentation about the history of those two projects.

Seven members of inQbation attended Miami Wordcamp. We took advantage of the great networking opportunities to promote our most recent project,, and in our down time worked to define the goals for future initiatives. From left to right: Luis Cuellar, Andres Gonzales, David King, Megan Kelly, Blake Newman, Cesar Pino, and Daniel Garcia.

Daniel García, goofing around with his swag.

The inQbation team again; listening to a presentation from the developer track with Aaron Jorbin on what themes will look like in 2016.

Cody LandefeldC, speaking about the future of UX.

Chris Weigman, creator of iThemes Security plugin (former WP Better Security plugin), talking about his experience with building that plugin.

Business Q&A panel. From left to right, Chris Lema, Karim Marucchi, Syed Balkhi, Diane Kinney, Nathan Hangen, Matt Medeiros, and Chris Wiegman.

BuddyPress swag for attending BuddyCamp on Friday.

Business Panel: The business of WordPress, four entrepreneurs talked about their stories starting and running their businesses. From left to right: Karim Marucchi, CEO of Crowd Favorite; Syed Balkhi, founder of WPBeginner – the largest free WordPress resource site; Chris Lema, panel moderator; Carl Hancock, co-founder of Rocketgenius, Inc – creators of Gravity Forms; and Cory Miller, founder of iThemes.

Adrian Cardenas, speaking about command lines and its use in WordPress.

Aaron Jorbin and his Lego bow tie, giving a presentation about the future of web design and usability.

Zac Gordon, presenting in the Beginner’s workshop about WordPress themes.

Presentation cover – A website is not a poster, by Michelle Schulp.

Chris Lema, giving his excellent presentation about pricing tips for web development projects.

All the swags I collected over the weekend, I was not disappointed!

Cover presentation by Pippin Williamson, WordPress plugin developer, about using best practices while developing plugins for WordPress.

And here it’s Pippin giving his presentation.

Megan Kelly from inQbation, and Steven Alig from South Florida Web Studio, hanging out at the networking party.

Megan Kelly and Rick Solari at the networking party.


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