WordPress Meetup – Wednesday, 9th of February 2011

Posted in Announcements by
Anthony Cole

Hey all,

In the lead up to WordCamp Melbourne 2011, we’re having a WordPress meetup this Wednesday the 9th of February at 6:30 PM at RMIT.

It will be in the RMIT Research Lounge:

Building 8, Level 5
RMIT City Campus (Swanston St)

This is where the meetup was held in October. Do note that it is not at OpenHub and not where the meetup was held in November in the downstairs room.

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WordCamp Melbourne 2011

Posted in Announcements, Conferences by
James Collins

WordCamp Melbourne 2011 is a two-day gathering for users of the WordPress blogging platform – from bloggers, designers, developers – anyone who uses or hacks on WordPress in some way.

The event runs over two days on February 26-27 2011, and tickets are only $50 (or $35 if you’re a student).

I highly recommend the conference for all people who are interested in WordPress (both novices and experts).

Please see wcmelb.org for more information.

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WordPress Meetup & BBQ: Wednesday 8th December 2010 at Openhub

Posted in Announcements by
James Collins

In order to wind down into the Christmas break, our December meetup is going to be a little different to normal.

Instead of formal presentations, our Christmas meetup is going to be a casual social occasion.

Thanks to Video User Manuals, BBQ food and soft drinks will be provided for all attendees.

You are welcome to bring your own alcoholic drinks if you wish.

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WordPress Melbourne November 2010 meetup wrap-up

Posted in Wrap-Ups by
James Collins

Thanks to everyone that attended the November WordPress Melbourne User Group meetup.

Troy Dean’s presentation on the The Jessica Watson digital strategy project was an informative real-life case study on the strengths and weaknesses of WordPress and also Business Catalyst.

Anthony Cole gave us some useful WordPress security and performance tips. We also ended up discussing various WordPress web hosting solutions.

Video User Manuals was also generous enough to give away two lifetime licenses to their WordPress User Manual product/service. The lucky recipients were James Giang and Christian Faltier.

James Giang was also nice enough to write up his own wrap-up of the meetup. Thanks James!

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