According to recent studies, receiving an increased number of irate or abusive customers has a psychological and emotional impact on customer care professionals. Employees may suffer mentally as a result of customer outbursts, which can lead to depression and an increased risk of health issues. In this talk, we’ll go over some coping mechanisms to … Read more
I know, the heart start pumping hard, your mind starts running wild and the anxiety appears. This is normal once you face a successful hacking attempt. OK, now let’s act and correct, let’s apply what we call Incident Response. First of all, let’s put the case in perspective, this will help to understand the dimension … Read more
In this 30 minute session we’ll explore some new ways to bring movement into your daily work life, all right from your chair. Remote work tends to keep us in a pattern of few positions during the day (sitting, standing, rounding forward). It’s crucial to add diversity and challenge to our movement patterns to keep … Read more
Static, headless, decoupled, Jamstack, serverless (geez, are there any more names for this stuff?!) sites have already made their way into the mainstream of WordPress and other CMS development. While these sites offer speed, scalability, and security, there are also inherent pitfalls and “gotchas” to be aware of when building in this ways for WordPress … Read more
An introduction to WordPress for school children and its application in their school life. It is a success story of a school teacher trying to teach WordPress and it’s use for his students. The students who learnt WordPress were able to contribute to WordPress by translating hundreds of strings in WordPress to Kannada.
Going from freelance to working in an agency can be overwhelming, but don’t let the fear of a collaborative workflow scare you. What is Git?? Better question, what is version control? And what the heck is a local environment? We’ll cover the basics of – Local environments, multidevs, and branches – Version control – Overview … Read more
In this talk, you will learn about Waldo’s Friends, a not-for-profit organization from Australia focused on animal welfare, who recently revamped their website using WordPress, WooCommerce, Next.js, and GraphQL. I will share the story of how we, at rtCamp, helped them throughout this journey. We used Gutenberg as the sole editor while maintaining functionality on … Read more