IMPORTANT: Your MUST RSVP using your real name & bring ID to show WeWork security!
WHAT YOU'LL LEARN:
This is a hands on workshop series covering little known capabilities of WordPress in version 5. Bring your laptop and a WordPress install or just watch & learn.
In this workshop you will learn all the benefits of building a website as a creative using the latest visual features in WordPress. We will cover making portfolio look its best, how the site can help you get found online, and we will touch on different ways to monetize your site.
You'll then learn the various ways to improve managing your site & keeping it up to date. We will even include a list of best practices so you can walk away ready to build.
6:00PM-6:30 PM Meet & greet, networking
6:30PM-7:00 PM Presentation, Q&A
7:00PM-8:00 PM Break into teams and build WordPress sites!
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR:
Victor Ramirez began his foray into the interwebs building websites and email newsletters for various high school art projects. He is currently a lead software engineer at Dow Jones and owns AbstractWP - a WordPress focused marketing agency. In his free time, he teaches high school students to code & coaches professionals in New York City.
If you are a no-show to 3 events, you're out of the meetup.
What is a "No Show"
Ways you could be considered a "no show"
1) If you RSVP "yes" and don't show up.
2) If you RSVP for one or more guests, and any one of them don't show up. YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR YOUR GUESTS ATTENDANCE IF THEY ARE UNDER YOUR RSVP.
Why is this important?
There are limited seats available for each event. By being a "No Show", you are denying someone else's chance to attend the meetup.
How To Avoid Being a "No Show"
1) If you RSVP Yes, show up.
2) If you RSVP guests, make sure they show up (check on them.) If their status changes, update your RSVP.
Not showing is not cool...