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WordPress Developer Meetup :: A Conversation with Matt Mullenweg

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Hey Team!

Please RSVP on Eventbrite using the link below.

In June The WordPress Melbourne User Group are thrilled to partner with Automattic to welcome Matt Mullenweg to Australia for a special conversation with the local tech and WordPress community.

Matt is the co-founder of WordPress, and the founder & CEO of Automattic, the company behind WordPress.com and Jetpack. Additionally, Matt is a principal and founder of Audrey Capital, an investment and research company. He has been recognised for his leadership and success by Forbes, Time, BusinessWeek, INC., PC World, and Vanity Fair.

Places for this event are strictly limited. And bookings must be done through Eventbrite, so RSVPs are closed in meet-up.

Secure Your Free Ticket Here on Eventbrite (http://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/a-conversation-with-matt-mullenweg-tickets-11582869675)

We're really excited about this! We hope you'll take the opportunity to come!! Book your tickets now so you don't miss out.

Please Note: This event supersedes the group's usual monthly Developer meet up... We'll resume as usual in the third week of July.

See you there guys! (If not before at one or other of the usual meet-ups.)

All the best

Dee, Aaron, Anthony, Pete, Amelia, Chris and Warren
The WP Melbourne Team

By the way, Sydney are having a similar event, so if you can't make ours or want to do both, details for theirs are over here
http://www.meetup.com/WordPress-Sydney/events/182574892/
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Special thanks to Electron Workshop for donating their space for this event!

The Electron Workshop is an open-plan coworking space, built for digital creatives. In addition to flexible and permanent desks, we also run regular events out of the space, providing an area for learning and collaboration across all disciplines – Currently there are recurring events in electronics, podcasting, and digital privacy – you can even run your own. http://www.electronworkshop.com.au/