Speaking at WordCamp Buffalo 2014
On Saturday, September 13, I will have the pleasure of speaking at WordCamp Buffalo for its (and my) third year. Based on the speaker line-up there will be plenty of great topics, so I look forward to being an attendee as well.
If you are new to WordCamp Buffalo, a quick overview:
WordCamp Buffalo is a one day conference held in Buffalo, NY focusing on WordPress. Our goal is to increase knowledge about WordPress for people who already are working with it, and show some benefits of using it for anyone who may be interested, but aren’t currently working with WordPress.
I will be presenting on accessibility. The abstract from my session:
We can all pretend that we’re helping others by making web sites accessible, but we are really making the web better for our future selves. Learn some fundamentals of web accessibility and how it can benefit you (whether future you from aging or you after something else limits your abilities). We’ll review simple testing techniques, basic features and enhancements, coming trends, and where to get help. This isn’t intended to be a deep dive into ARIA, but more of an overall primer for those who aren’t sure where to start nor how it helps them.
Tickets are available now, so you have plenty of time to prepare for heckling me. This year the event is being held at the new Science Hall on the Canisius College campus. A map is embedded below, and information on metro stops, hotels, and parking is available on the WordCamp Buffalo site.