The WordPress Helsinki meetup group aims to bring people of all skill levels together, from beginners to WordPress professionals. WordPress Helsinki is purely organised by community volunteers, and operates under the WordPress code of conduct.
This month Otto Kekäläinen from Seravo (https://seravo.com/) will come and share his thoughts on how to improve the quality of your plugins and themes by integrating automatic testing and showing you what tools you will need in order to achieve it.
While this session is mainly aimed at developers, you’re more than welcome join us for drinks later at Teerenpeli in Kamppi after the talk if you just want sit down and chat with others from the local community.
17:15 – Doors open
17:30 – Opening words
17:40 – Automatic testing and quality assurance for WordPress plugins and themes
19:00 – Drinks & networking
This session will be in English.
Drinks & snacks will be provided by WP-palvelu.fi (https://wp-palvelu.fi/).
If you have any questions, leave a comment or contact us directly through the contact form on Meetup.com. You can also find us on Twitter @WPHelsinki (https://twitter.com/WPHelsinki) and Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/WPHelsinki/). If you prefer a more direct approach, you can find most of the community members on the #meetups-helsinki channel on Slack.
See you on Wednesday!
The local Finnish Slack community is a great place to meet other WordPress enthusiasts online and get help and advice with WordPress-related issues.
We’ve written a brief introduction on our meetup page if you're interested in joining: http://www.meetup.com/WPHelsinki/pages/Slack/
If you’d like to speak at an upcoming meetup or suggest some topics you’d like to hear about, leave a comment on our meetup board (http://www.meetup.com/WPHelsinki/messages/boards/thread/49133846) or contact us on the #meetups-helsinki channel on Slack.
Our meetups are run by volunteers and could always use some support from the professional community. If your company is interested in sponsoring an upcoming meetup or hearing more about it, leave a message on the #meetups-helsinki channel on Slack or contact us directly through our meetup page.
Local communities on Twitter
Helsinki, https://twitter.com/WPHelsinki (#WPHEL)
Jyväskylä, https://twitter.com/WPJyvaskyla (#WPJKL)
Oulu, https://twitter.com/WPOulu (#WPOUL)
Seinäjoki, https://twitter.com/WPSeinajoki (#WPSJK)
Tampere, https://twitter.com/WPTampere (#WPTRE)
Turku, https://twitter.com/WPTurku (#WPTKU)
To reach the whole WordPress community in Finland on Twitter, use the hashtag #WPFI (https://twitter.com/hashtag/WPFI)