A brand new live event is on tap for this October and if you’re a WordPress developer, you’re going to want to pay attention.
My friend Tonya Mork, the talent behind Know The Code, is putting her three decades of engineering and software development experience to work to help WordPress web developers grow, innovate, reduce inefficiencies, and prosper. She has been building high-tech systems since the mid-1980s and she’s on a mission to help developers improve their development skills, create sustainable systems and processes, and run profitable businesses — and she’s launching a brand new live event…
The Profitable WordPress Developer Bootcamp, happening October 9-13, 2017 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and Brian and I are so excited to be part of the team of teachers and mentors who will be working closely with you throughout the event.
The bootcamp is a working event. That means there will be no sitting on your backside just listening to speakers. Instead, you’re coming to work. You’ll be doing exercises, code reviews, assessments, and building, testing, and deploying. If you’re ready to develop and optimize the way you work, this bootcamp is ready to help you become a more profitable WordPress developer.
Software is not the only thing that needs development or optimization.
The Profitable WordPress Developer Bootcamp is specifically designed for you to increase your profitability, efficiency, and effectiveness to deliver high-quality solutions that maximize your client’s and your return-on-investment (ROI). The working event will address three main problems developers struggle with:
Problem 1: Your processes and code are not highly productive and effective.
If your projects are too costly, taking too long to deliver and support, and you’re not as productive or effective as you could be, this event is for you.
Your approach and processes should make you a better developer and keep you focused on solving the problem and delivering high-quality, robust solutions in less time. The Profitable WordPress Developer Bootcamp will focus on mastering how to think about code and each element that goes into its production and lifecycle, including workflow, architecture, build, testing, deployment, and support.
Problem 2: Project scope and budget are anchors weighing you down.
If you are having trouble creating clear project proposals, drafting complete scope of work documents, and accurately estimating and managing budgets, we’ve got you covered.
Scope of work documents and project estimates are not guestimates, they are communication tools. At the Profitable WordPress Developer Bootcamp, you’ll learn effective scope definition techniques to define what is being built and how it will solve the problem, and you’ll discover systems and processes for estimate projects accurately from your work history and what you already know. We’ll also cover how to incorporate reporting tools to measure and communicate with the entire team so everyone involved is on the same page and knows where you are in the project.
Problem 3: It’s hard to make money and grow your WordPress business.
As a developer, you’re wired for the technical side of your business. Being an entrepreneur demands that you’re proficient in many non-technical areas such as sales, marketing, strategic planning, and client management. You need to know your market and how to position your business for maximum visibility, expert perception, and client attraction.
The Profitable WordPress Developer Bootcamp is here to provide you with practical, real-world business training to position you for sustainable success, bring new clients to your doorstep, and delivering outstanding client service that delights.
The Bootcamp Teachers
Brian and I are excited to be joining a ridiculously talented lineup of WordPress experts to work with you and lead bootcamp sessions. As a Profitable WordPress Developer Bootcamp attendee, you’ll be learning from:
- Tonya Mork: Founder & Educator, Know the Code. Engineer, Author, and Speaker
- Jennifer Bourn: Partner & Designer, Bourn Creative, Speaker, and Blogger
- Brian Bourn: Partner & Developer, Bourn Creative
- Chris Lema: VP of Products, Product Strategist, Speaker, Author, Coach, and Blogger
- Tom McFarlin: Engineer, Author, Educator, Speaker, and Blogger
- Carl Alexander: Engineer, Author, Educator, Speaker, and Blogger
- Alain Schlesser: Engineer, Consultant, Speaker, and Blogger
- John James Jacoby: Engineer, Lead for BuddyPress and bbPress, Speaker
Tickets will sell out fast! Make sure you get on the list right now to stay in the know!