WordCamp Indonesia 2011

WordCamp Indonesia 2010 – Event Wrap-Up

This informal gathering is a great opportunity for Indonesia-area WordPress developers, users, themers, designers, marketers, writers and enthusiasts to meet up, learn from each other, and have fun. It’s the best venue for WP enthusiasts to come together and get updated on the latest.

Developers Spotlight

Date & Location

Day/Date Saturday, January 30, 2010
Location Auditorium, Gunadarma University
Time 07.30 AM – 06.00 PM

What is WordCamp Anyway?

WordCamp is a conference type of event that focuses squarely on everything WordPress. Everyone from casual end users all the way up to core developers show up these events. These events are usually highlighted by speeches or keynotes by various people.

The official annual WordCamp (http://central.wordcamp.org) was held on May 30, 2009 in San Fransisco. Regional WordCamps are happening around the world in places like Cape Town, Manila, Beijing, Portland, New York City, Melbourne, Toronto, Philippines, and Washington D.C.

WordCamp Indonesia 2010 held on January 30, 2010 in Gunadarma University with more great speakers like Beau Lebens (Code Wrangler, Automattic), Risman Adnan (Senior Developer Advisor Microsoft Asia HQ), and other great speakers like Hans Zaunere, I Made Wiryana, Setyagus Sucipto who has experiences in Content Managment System (CMS) and WordPress e-commerce, and Idris Khanafi who represent of Indonesian MySQL community.

Just for refresh, this WordCamp is very important for WordPress development. Jakarta as place of the camp is the highest visitor accessing WordPress.com whole world in 2009 which followed by Sao Paulo and London.

Having 250+ really smart people in one space is too good an opportunity to pass up.

Quick Stats:

WordCamp Indonesia was the second WordCamp in Indonesia, first one on January 17-18 2009
264 attendees + speakers and media filled the tent.
3 attendees coming from Shah Alam/Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
10 speakers, 1 track, 1 day.
10% newbies, 14% bloggers/endusers, 70% developers, 6% others
Each speaker had 30-45 minutes to talk about various topics.

This event was organized in three month. Having sponsors also helped covering the cost. Many of past WordCamp Indonesia volunteers helped out preparing and as staff on the day.

Keynote Speaker

Beau Lebens, Automattic, Inc.
Beau is a web developer who hails from Australia, but lives in San Francisco. He’s been working on the web since about 1996 and developing PHP/MySQL systems since 2000. He has been involved in a variety of technical enterprises ranging from an exclusively-online division at a University to a niche Search Engine Marketing firm, with a short stint building an online scrapbooking network for parents. Interested in all things social, tech and web-related, Beau holds a degree in online community, culture and governance, and spends most of his time these days hacking web apps for Automattic.

Presentation Slide on Slideshare. Video coming soon!

Sponsors, Partners, Speakers

We’d like to again thank our sponsors – without them it would have been a much smaller tent and not gone off so wonderfully:

Featured Sponsors:

Automattic http://www.automattic.com
Intense Debate http://intensedebate.com
Microsoft Corp. http://www.microsoft.com

Event Sponsors

Gunadarma University http://www.gunadarma.ac.id
Acer Indonesia http://www.acer.co.id

Conference Partners

Virtual Consulting http://www.virtual.co.id
Sinar Sosro, a Rekso Company http://www.sosro.com
Qwords.com http://www.qwords.com
Zend Technologies http://rynet.com.sg

Media Partners

Biskom http://www.biskom.web.id
WartaJazz.com http://www.wartajazz.com
Macworld Indonesia http://www.macworld.web.id
Techlife Indonesia http://www.twitter.com/techlifemagz
Detik I-net http://www.detikinet.com

Official PR Partners

AsiaPR http://www.asiapr.net

We’d like to also thank our speakers who helped make this day possible and who kept our attendees happy.

Risman Adnan
Ronald Rajagukguk
Beau Lebens
Deden Purnamahadi, — panel discussion’s moderator
Idris Khanafi
Harry Sufehmi
Hans Zaunere
Setyagus Sucipto
I Made Wiryana
Simon Lim, — on attendees sharing session


Conference Sessions

07.30 – 09.00
Come in, we’ll get you breakfast and coffee,
you’ll register, there’ll be networking.
It’ll be great

09.00 – 09.30
Opening Remarks, from Rector of Gunadarma University
Valent Mustamin
Welcome and Introduction to WordCamp

09.30 – 10.30
Risman Adnan, Senior Developer Advisor Microsoft Asia HQ and
Ronald Rajagukguk, Developer Advisor, Microsoft Indonesia
Develop and Run PHP on Windows
Say(Hello); to WordPress on Azure

10.30 – 11.30
Keynote Speaker
Beau Lebens, Automattic Inc.
What’s Up with WordPress
General look at WordPress 2.9 and what’s coming in WordPress 3.0, plus look at a bit of a general cover of the WordPress community, major projects going on, features people would lie to see, trends etc.

11.30 – 12.15
Panel Discussion
Moderated by Deden Purnamahadi
Panelists: Risman Adnan, Beau Lebens

12.15 – 01.00 PM
Lunch, Shalat
Breakout Session

01.00 – 01.30
Jazz Music Performance
Notturno Band
Proudly presents by WartaJazz.com

01.30 – 02.15
Harry Sufehmi
Asosiasi Open Source Indonesia
High Performance WordPress, Faster, Cheaper, Easier: Pick Three

02.15 – 02.45
Idris Khanafi
Komunitas MySQL Indonesia

03.00 – 03.30
Hans Zaunere
President and Founder, New York PHP
New York PHP User Group Community
Pressing Words a Cloud. WordPress Technical Overview: The Art of the Scale and the Cloud

03.30 – 03.45
Coffee Break

03.45 – 04.30
Setyagus Sucipto
iCreativeLabs Studio, Bandung
WordPress As Content Management System

04.30 – 05.00
Made Wiryana, Gunadarma University

05.00 – 05.30
Attendees’ Open Session

05.30 – 06.00
Demo of Intense Debate
Closing Remarks, by Valent Mustamin

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