Many of you got a chance to see the unofficial WordCamp Omaha 2014 video published by our friend Rami Abraham, well now it’s finally time for us to release our official post-event video. We hope you all enjoy it and we hope to see you all again next year!
We wanted to thank you for making WordCamp Omaha a Success! We will be posting pictures from the event on the WordCamp Site sometime this week. To find out when they are posted follow us on Facebook Twitter MeetUp and our LinkedIn Group.
Again thank you for helping us make this a great success, see you in 2015!
Brix is changing the game in wine and spirits retailing. Combining three complimentary businesses together under one roof, Brix is truly a Wine and Spirits Experience. We decided to change the game even further by offering two opportunities to mingle with speakers, sponsors and participants outside of the WordCamp itself…
First, join us Friday night starting as 6pm at Brix (220 S. 31st Ave., Suite 3103). After our Speaker/Sponsor Dinner, we’re opening the venue for everyone with a cash bar and meet and greet experience on the patio.
Then, join us on Saturday night at CapItol Night Club (1011 Capitol Ave, Omaha, NE) at 5:30 pm for some more mixing and mingling… remember, you’ll need your name badge and ID to get into this private party!
See our locations map
So if you have not registered for WordCamp Omaha you have until Midnight August 6th.
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Dan Beil has been a WordPress developer since 2009, focusing on front-end responsive code and clean admin interfaces. Prior to joining Alley Interactive, he worked on a large multi-site e-commerce WordPress install as an in-house developer at Blue Earth Interactive.
Dan frequently travels and speaks at WordCamps, most recently talking on ‘Stop Building Themes and Start Building Solutions’ at WordCamp Phoenix in January 2014. Generally, Dan gives talks on intermediate developer practices, and personal and professional development. Previous talks have included ‘S2members and Monetizing a WordPress / BuddyPress install’ (WordCamp Minneapolis 2013) and ‘Why Custom Post Types are Awesome’ (WordCamp Boston 2013).
Dan is a regular at Minneapolis meetups, and when he’s not in front of a screen he spends his time fostering Siberian huskies.
Currently, Dan is working with Alley Interactive and is looking forward to the challenges large sites entail.