This is a past event

65 people went

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If the MeetUp is full please go on the wait-list as spots can open up.

“Be kind to nerds as one day you will work for one”

This is an "open source group" and we encourage the exchange of IDEAS and networking. Newbies and experts alike welcome.

$3 purely voluntary donation at door to help with venue cost – about the price of a taco or two.

If you can not get to the physical MeetUp or if its full watch the stream live just click on the UStream sponsor icon on the left of the MeetUp page when the group is in progress (9.30 AM to Noon). Yes it’s that simple!

START 9.30 AM Housekeeping / Intro

9.45 AM DAVID LAIETTA - Do you want to find better ways to organize your website's content? Confused by Custom Post Types and Taxonomies, Tags and Categories? I'll show you several easy ways to harness these structural tools to enhance the presentation of any site, whether it be a portfolio, membership site, recipe blog, or any other site.

10.30 AM Networking Break

10.45 AM Flash Session - Always a surprise

11.00 AM JEAN PERPILLANT of Design Theory - Key items to look out for before purchasing your next premium theme and Increasing reader loyalty with social media in your Wordpress site.

11.45 AM Network Break / Evaluations

Noon WordCamp Committee

FINISH 12.30 PM Finished / Clean and Tidy

Remember to keep the group organic - no shameless plugs unless you are a speaker, organizer or sponsor - i.e. you support the local WordPress community!

The MeetUp is a perfect place for networking your business in the breaks.

If you are recruiting WordPress developers please feel free to post as always.

Due to limited space, naughty no-shows get blocked from the group. If you are unable to attend, but have a reservation be sure to login and cancel your spot so someone else can attend.

Your cancelation must be received 12 hours before the start of the MeetUp. We will send out a 24 hour warning to remind you.

"Education levels the playing field" Lets learn as a community.

Peace.... Gary