Tag: SiteLock events

Portland Maine 2016 – A Wicked Good WordCamp

We had the pleasure of attending WordCamp Maine this past weekend. It was held at the Maine College of Art; not only a beautiful venue, but one that inspired the same creativity and community that WordCamps are known for.

WordCamp Maine Location - Maine College of Art

WordCamp Maine Location – Maine College of Art

Contributor Day

Friday was Contributor Day. This was a chance for people new and experienced with WordPress to learn the many ways in which to contribute to the WordPress project.

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WordCamp San Diego 2016 – Round-Up

The first round of @WordCampSD tickets sold out within hours of being announced and stunned us all. The second and final round sold out March 1, a mere week after opening sales. Unfortunately, it was also twenty-four days before I officially stepped into my new role as Product Evangelist at SiteLock. It was looking like I missed the boat. In this case, the boat would, of course, be the USS Midway; the majestic World War II era aircraft carrier-turned-museum permanently moored across the San Diego Bay from San Diego International Airport … and WordCamp San Diego.

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WordCamp Jacksonville 2016 – Fun In The Sun

We can’t believe that our first @WordCampJax is over already! The weekend was filled with new faces, educational talks and some great networking. We were very excited to be present, as this year was Jacksonville’s first! The Camp organizers did an incredible job putting together a fun-filled weekend; one we will not soon forget!

The first ever WordCamp was held in San Francisco in 2006 and was organized by Automattic CEO Matt Mullenweg. WordCamps have since grown to include six continents, 48 countries, 66 cities and counting. Each individual WordCamp is planned by volunteers and brings its own local flavor. Jacksonville was no exception, with our hotel located near the popular Jacksonville Landing, and our after-party event at the eccentric Kickbacks, the Jacksonville team made sure we had a true local experience.

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WooConf 2016 – We Were Wooed

We kicked off our second quarter of 2016 with a trip to weird and wonderful Austin, Texas for the second annual #WooConf! WooConf is an event focused on online storeowners and developers that use the eCommerce solution WooCommerce. If you’re in eCommerce and you don’t know what WooCommerce is, you should! Used by more than 37 percent of all online stores on the Internet (according to BuiltWith.com), WooCommerce is the number one eCommerce platform in the world by volume. This year’s conference brought more than 30 top-tier presenters from the space to share their expertise and experience.

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WordCamp U.S. 2015

WordCamp U.S 2015 – We Came. We Saw. We Can’t Wait to Do it Again!

We spent months planning and anticipating our first WordCamp. And not just any WordCamp, but WordCamp U.S. 2015 in Philadelphia, PA—the country’s largest WordCamp of the year. We wanted to make a good first impression. What would WordPressers think of us? Would they like us? Really, really like us? Well, we are super excited to report that not only did WordCamp U.S. 2015 knock our socks off in size and overall happiness but WordPressers—a shout out to you, one of the greatest groups of people we’ve ever met!

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