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WordCamp Video Highlight 2017/02/03

The two videos featured this week will have a different look when you watch them.

The WordPress TV Team has started the process of making videos available on YouTube. The official WordPress TV YouTube Channel can be seen HERE. Currently there are 200 videos available for viewing, with more being uploaded every day. The videos are grouped into Playlists to make them easier to find. The majority of videos are from WordCamp Europe and WordCamp US.

Lesley Molecke: Changing the world, one WordPress at a time – Building a firm serving nonprofits

Lesley is the co-founder of a boutique WordPress agency, Cornershop Creative, which focuses on helping nonprofit and small business customers set and meet their goals online.

Prior to founding Cornershop Creative, Lesley managed enterprise-level CMS rollouts for both the City of Albuquerque and the Albuquerque Public Schools (one of the largest districts in the US) in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Lesley and her co-founders have turned a pipe dream of a business into a reality that employs 10 remote employees, and helps more than 100 nonprofit customers each year.

Maile Ohye: A View From Google – The Latest in Google And Google

Hear Google’s latest stats on searcher and mobile trends, as well as how we’re trying to connect searchers with good content. Maile joined Google in 2005.She works on Google Search as a Developer Programs Tech Lead. A few of her projects include rel=”canonical” (co-author of the IETF RFC), and rel=”next” and rel=”prev” for paginated content.

Prior to Google, Maile was a systems integrator specializing in content management systems for organizations including AT&T and the Office of the Secretary of Defense. She earned a B.A. in Cognitive Science with a Computer Science emphasis from the University of California at Berkeley.

WordPress TV has received videos recorded by individuals in the past few weeks. Yea! These were videos from WordCamps, Meetups and How To’s. If you are interested in submitting a video, please read the guidelines HERE.

Weekly Recap: Better WordPress Search, wp-config Tips, and More

One English tutorial, two French tutorials, and a couple of WordCamp videos—including one overdue—make up this week’s activity on WordPress.tv:

Last week, we saw Google Summer of Code participant Daryl Koopersmith’s presentation on the Elastic plugin for WordPress. This week, we published the presentation from fellow Summer of Code participant Justin Shreve on his work creating a Search API for WordPress. Both projects are quite interesting and their presentations from WordCamp NYC are definitely worth your time. The audio levels are a bit low, so turn up your speakers or grab a pair of headphones—don’t let the sound stop you from watching.

One we’ve been waiting for came in this week: the final “Ignite-style” presentation from WordCamp Seattle, in which Josh Harrison teaches some tips and tricks for the wp-config.php file. Since it’s Ignite-style, it lasts only five great minutes—check it out.

We also published two tutorials in French from our friends at WP Channel: Restaurer une base de données MySQL and Rediriger vos visiteurs en fonction des préférences de langues du navigateur.

Last, there’s a tutorial from the creators of the Snipi plugin for WordPress.org, explaining the installation of the plugin and how it interacts with both the “stock” WordPress gallery feature and the NextGEN Gallery plugin.

We received a handful of emails this week with suggestions for future content, and one or two pointing us to videos you’ve found interesting enough to want on WordPress.tv for others to see. Keep those suggestions coming! You can always post a comment here or contact us through our handy form.

Stay tuned for more from WordPress.tv!