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Come see my presentation at WordCamp Miami:

David F. Carr is a writer, editor, and web consultant. He writes about business and technology for Forbes.com, CIO Magazine, Information Week, and other publications. He is a former Technology Editor of Baseline Magazine and Internet World Magazine. He is the author of two published WordPress plugins, RSVPMaker, for event scheduling and RSVP tracking, and Facebook Tab Manager, created in February to take advantage of the new IFrame-based Facebook page tabs.

http://www.carrcommunications.com/
Twitter: @davidfcarr

David explains his session: “Introduction to Plugin Programming: If WordPress doesn’t work quite the way you want it to, you can always change it. If WordPress doesn’t do everything you want it to, you can add the missing pieces. The WordPress plugin programming APIs let you change or enhance the functionality of the system in almost any way you can imagine. Whether you want to create plugins for public release, or just create a few modifications to support your own projects, this session will cover the basics of how to filter content or write functions that are triggered by system events like initialization, user registration, or the entry of a new post. Learn how to add new functionality to either the public website or the administrative back end of WordPress.”