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Hi and welcome to WordPress Cambridge (https://wpcbg.uk/) #wpcbg (https://wpcbg.uk/)

WordPress Cambridge is a monthly Meetup for users, designers & developers to pool their knowledge, experiences and techniques. Voted the 8th best meetup in town by a Cambridge Business lounge poll (http://www.cambridgebusinesslounge.com/cambridges-favourite-networking-event-results/)

We have monthly Monday evening meetings at the Bradfield Centre on the Science Park. Usually a talk about Wordpress or websites, and the experts promise to solve 1 problem at the clinic.

The aim is to let 1,000 flowers bloom. Everyone is welcome to become an organiser and organise speakers, other events or ???.

We also have a code of conduct (https://wpcbg.uk/code-of-conduct/) to ensure our meetings are friendly and welcoming to everyone who wants to attend. Please check it out (https://wpcbg.uk/code-of-conduct/)!

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Cambridge Wordpress: Going to the dark side, they have cookies (2019 Edition)

The Bradfield Centre, Central Working Cambridge

Going to the dark side, they have cookies (2019 Edition) Presented by Tim Nash. Everyone should be a little bit worried about the security of their site, and at conferences, lots of security talks focus on practical steps people can take. In this talk, Tim will flip the norms and instead focus on several real examples of sites being hacked but from the attackers perspective. We will see the whole attacks from the bad actors view identifying targets, analysing vulnerable sites, adding payload, exploiting in doing so showing how sites are infected, how some tools do prevent certain attacks and how clever and indeed not so clever bad actors can circumvent lots of hardening done. Each step we can analyse what could have been put in place to prevent and frustrate the attack and then look at how this can be implemented on your site. About Tim Nash :- Tim is the 34SP.com WordPress Platform Lead & Developer advocate. He is responsible for the management of the WordPress platform and keeping thousands of sites running fast and staying secure. He is also known to give the odd talk here and there and when he can blog and appear randomly on Youtube. Tims own site is timnash.co.uk and he writes about everything from security to home automation with a healthy dose of WordPress and humour. This meeting is sponsored by Twin Dots (http://www.twindots.com/) the leading branding, design and development agency in Newmarket. Twin Dots has clients like Cambridge Marketing College, 450 GSM, Racing Welfare, and Devam the jewellers. The usual format: 18:45: Roll up for a couple of beers in the foyer, & chat, mingle etc. 19:15 start: Everyone introduces themselves: 20 seconds max, mainly describing their involvement with WordPress. 2. Up to 3 * 3 minute pitches. Share discoveries, useful tips, requests for help with charitable projects. 3: WordPress News with our star reporter Ben Attenborough. 4. Main talk by Tim Nash 5. Clinic: Bring along a problem, and the audience will offer advice. If we can't, maybe we'll have a solution by next meeting. Kinda aiming to finish the formal part by about 21:00, depending on everyone's enthusiasm to chat & discuss. 6. Beer & networking: We should leave by about 21:45 at the latest.

Cambridge Wordpress: Something interesting

The Bradfield Centre, Central Working Cambridge

We'll update this when we've found a topic and a speaker. We'd welcome suggestions This meeting is sponsored by Twin Dots (http://www.twindots.com/) the leading branding, design and development agency in Newmarket. Twin Dots has clients like Cambridge Marketing College, 450 GSM, Racing Welfare, and Devam the jewellers. The usual format: 18:45: Roll up for a couple of beers in the foyer, & chat, mingle etc. 19:15 start: Everyone introduces themselves: 20 seconds max, mainly describing their involvement with WordPress. 2. Up to 3 * 3 minute pitches. Share discoveries, useful tips, requests for help with charitable projects. 3: WordPress News with our star reporter Ben Attenborough. 4. Presentation 1: To be decided 4.1 Presentation 2: 5. Clinic: Bring along a problem, and the audience will offer advice. If we can't, maybe we'll have a solution by next meeting. Kinda aiming to finish the formal part by about 21:00, depending on everyone's enthusiasm to chat & discuss. 6. Beer & networking: We should leave by about 21:45 at the latest.

Cambridge Wordpress: Something pretty good

The Bradfield Centre, Central Working Cambridge

We'll update this when we've found a topic and a speaker. We'd welcome suggestions This meeting is sponsored by Twin Dots (http://www.twindots.com/) the leading branding, design and development agency in Newmarket. Twin Dots has clients like Cambridge Marketing College, 450 GSM, Racing Welfare, and Devam the jewellers. The usual format: 18:45: Roll up for a couple of beers in the foyer, & chat, mingle etc. 19:15 start: Everyone introduces themselves: 20 seconds max, mainly describing their involvement with WordPress. 2. Up to 3 * 3 minute pitches. Share discoveries, useful tips, requests for help with charitable projects. 3: WordPress News with our star reporter Ben Attenborough. 4. Presentation 1: To be decided 4.1 Presentation 2: 5. Clinic: Bring along a problem, and the audience will offer advice. If we can't, maybe we'll have a solution by next meeting. Kinda aiming to finish the formal part by about 21:00, depending on everyone's enthusiasm to chat & discuss. 6. Beer & networking: We should leave by about 21:45 at the latest.

Cambridge Wordpress: Something fun for Christmas

The Bradfield Centre, Central Working Cambridge

We'll update this when we've found a topic and a speaker. We'd welcome suggestions This meeting is sponsored by Twin Dots (http://www.twindots.com/) the leading branding, design and development agency in Newmarket. Twin Dots has clients like Cambridge Marketing College, 450 GSM, Racing Welfare, and Devam the jewellers. The usual format: 18:45: Roll up for a couple of beers in the foyer, & chat, mingle etc. 19:15 start: Everyone introduces themselves: 20 seconds max, mainly describing their involvement with WordPress. 2. Up to 3 * 3 minute pitches. Share discoveries, useful tips, requests for help with charitable projects. 3: WordPress News with our star reporter Ben Attenborough. 4. Presentation 1: To be decided 4.1 Presentation 2: 5. Clinic: Bring along a problem, and the audience will offer advice. If we can't, maybe we'll have a solution by next meeting. Kinda aiming to finish the formal part by about 21:00, depending on everyone's enthusiasm to chat & discuss. 6. Beer & networking: We should leave by about 21:45 at the latest.

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