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WPCampus 2018

WPCampus 2018: Where Website Security Meets Higher Education

This past weekend SiteLock sponsored and attended WPCampus, an event focused on the use of WordPress in higher education.

We were pleased to return to WPCampus after our experience there in 2016. Now in its third year, this event has become required for web development professionals working with WordPress in the University space.

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WordCamp Europe 2018: The Past is Also the Future of WordPress

After a year of waiting, WordCamp Europe finally arrived last week in Belgrade, Serbia. This was the third year in a row that SiteLock sponsored #WCEU. If you didn’t know, WordPress celebrated it’s 15 year anniversary on May, 27th, just weeks before this event. It was a great look back at the beginnings of the WordPress and a look into the future of the open source software that powers over 30% of the internet.

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WordCamp OC: Wizards, Paladins & Rogues, Oh My!

So WordCamp OC, pulling out all the stops this year!
Michael, CJ and I met up in Irvine, CA on June 9th & 10th to sponsor, speak, and just generally throw down at this year’s WordCamp OC, held again at the University of California Irvine.

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WordPress Freelancer Monthly Maintenance Plans – What, Why, and How

Are you a freelance WordPress web development provider? Have you struggled with the feast or famine cycle that comes along with your business model? Have you considered offering website maintenance plans to your clients but aren’t sure what to include and how to go about it?

In this post, we’ll discuss why you should be offering monthly maintenance plans, what they can include, and how to sell the benefits of these plans to your existing and future clients.

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WordCamp St Louis: It’s in the Details

While Portland was having an out-of-season heatwave this past weekend, I was lucky to jet off to St. Louis, Missouri for their… out-of-season heatwave! But three days of 90-degree weather didn’t matter — because a whole lot of us were in the Washington University air conditioning all weekend (May 12-13) for WordCamp St. Louis, learning and sharing our skills and knowledge. I was there as a speaker and attendee.

This WordCamp was special for a few reasons.

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WordCamp Buffalo 2018 – No Bull

I recently had the pleasure of speaking at WordCamp Buffalo. It was the last leg on a trip that brought me to WordCamp Chicago, my small hometown in Michigan, and finally back to the beautiful State of New York. Although I knew many people at #WCBUF, I had never been to Buffalo or knew much about the local WordPress community. I was not at all surprised at the awesome people and knowledge being shared, as those two things come standard in an Open Source Community like WordPress.

Keep reading if you’d like to know exactly why I think these people and the sessions I attended were so great!

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3 Steps to Increased Productivity When Working Remote

Ahh, remote working, the holy grail of employment. Plenty of time for family and friends, meetings in your underwear, and working from the beach with a cocktail in your hand. There are a lot of GOOD reasons to go remote, but it can quickly turn into its own special set of challenges.

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WordCamp Raleigh 2018: WordPress on Campus

This past weekend, I was in North Carolina for WordCamp Raleigh, held on NC State University’s beautiful Centennial Campus. Raleigh is now one of the fastest growing cities in the country and a lot has changed since my last visit 13 years ago.

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WordCamp Chicago 2018 – A Windy and Wonderful Event

Heather Acton, Lead Organizer, kicking off the weekend’s event.

This past weekend I had the pleasure of speaking at WordCamp Chicago. Like last year, this event this was well-organized and attended by avid WordPressers from around the greater Chicago area.

#WCCHI was held at the IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law, which proved to be a perfect location with ample room for the 400+ attendee list. They also provided an advanced AV system allowing the ability for presentation videos to be edited easily before there placement on WordPress.tv.

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DrupalCon 2018: Drupal Takes Over Music City

This year’s DrupalCon took place in Nashville, TN, over the entire week of April 9-13, and I had the privilege of attending for the first time in 6 years. It was held at the very same venue as WordCamp US, Music City Center, with almost 3,000 people filling the halls and auditoriums to connect and learn more about Drupal.

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