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WordCamp Dallas / Fort Worth 2016

My last trip this September took me to Arlington, Texas for WordCamp Dallas / Fort Worth. The camp was hosted at the E. H. Hereford University Center of the University of Texas at Arlington and held three tracks: Blogger/Community, Business, and of course, Developer. We were particularly keen to sponsor and attend #WCDFW, in part because our friends Carrie Dils and Marc Gratch were two of the event organizers.

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WordCamp Nashville 2016 – Music City Didn’t Disappoint

I recently found myself smack dab in the middle of “Music City” attending and speaking at WordCamp Nashville. I also met a person in the community that I highly respect and that I’ve had many conversations with online but had never met in person. When I finally met him, I was a bit giddy. More on that below.

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WordCamp Pittsburgh 2016 Recap

This past weekend I spoke about WordPress security at the first-ever WordCamp Pittsburgh. The night before the event I was invited to a speaker dinner at a local maker space called TechShop, where we were provided a tour of the facilities and equipment, and given freshly-created speaker gifts hot off the laser.

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WordCamp Los Angeles 2016 – City of Angels

As part of my double-feature this weekend, I attended both WordCamp Salt Lake City and WordCamp Los Angeles. With my speaking engagement at #WCSLC on Saturday, I missed the first day of #WCLAX, but caught an early morning flight Sunday and caught up with my fellow campers right as the second day started. This year WCLAX was hosted at the Golden Eagle Ballroom at California State University Los Angeles and held three tracks.

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WordCamp Salt Lake City 2016 Recap

This week I took a puddle jumper up to Salt Lake City for WordCamp Salt Lake City where I spoke on website security. Before the conference I met up with friends from our partner, Bluehost, who generously offered to give me a tour of their Provo data center. I couldn’t pass up seeing this facility that I’d heard so much about. Mike Hansen picked me and Carrie Dils up and away we went to Provo. As is the case with many data centers, the building didn’t offer much on the outside, but once we signed in and passed security, we were able to enter and traverse the impressive monument to technology.

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WordCamp Tampa 2016 Recap

Last week I had the rare opportunity of being able to drive to a WordCamp rather than fly. That’s because I attended WordCamp Tampa held on the campus of the Unversity of South Florida (USF), which was just over an hour from my home in Sarasota.

I also spoke this weekend about getting creative with contact forms and although I’ve attended several other Florida WordCamps, it was my first time at #WCTPA and it did not disappoint. The first sign that this was going to be a great day was the location.

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WordCamp Vancouver 2016

This weekend I took my first ever trip to Canada for WordCamp Vancouver. This one-day WordCamp took place at the downtown campus of British Columbia Institute of Technology. Among the city skyscrapers, mountain peaks could be seen soaring up in practically every direction. A beautiful city, for sure.

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WordCamp New Orleans 2016 – A Small Camp with Big Impact

This past weekend I represented SiteLock at WordCamp New Orleans. I was also chosen as a speaker and presented  Creating a Digital Download Business – What to Sell, How to Sell It and Shortcuts to Success.

After a hiatus since 2009, #WCNOLA was held at the Lavin-Bernick Center on the beautiful and historic Tulane University campus.

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WordCamp Toronto 2016 – Strength in Diversity

This past weekend I had the pleasure of representing SiteLock at WordCamp Toronto. I was also chosen as a speaker and presented a session named Contact Forms are Boring – 5 Creative Ways to Use Forms in WordPress.

It was a well-organized event attended by people from many parts of the world and of course, many from Canada.

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WordCamp Boston 2016 – Where Everybody Knows Your Name

This past weekend we sponsored and attended WordCamp Boston 2016. It was an excellent event with almost 500 in attendance.

Traveling from the airport to the hotel afforded some excellent sightseeing opportunities. There were so many beautifully constructed buildings. If you haven’t visited Boston, it’s highly recommended.

A nice drive through Boston

A nice drive through Boston

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