Speaking at Milwaukee Wordcamp 2013

May 6, 2013 wordpress
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As you may or may not be able to tell, I use Wordpress on this website. So, I guess that makes me a fan… (trust me, as a programmer, I’ve always toyed around with writing my own custom blog software just for my domain - but alas, other aspirations always trumped that. Plus, wordpress is perfect for what I need.)

Last year, I spoke about Wordpress Plugin Security - for the first Milwaukee Wordcamp ever. I had a great time and really liked it.

This year, I’ll be again at the conference, giving my talk for this year entitled “7 Things I Wish Someone Would Have Told Me” - a talk about what I’ve learned over my many years of being a programmer. I’m excited to share this talk - and to hopefully help other programmers who are coming up in the ranks - as well as remind all the mentors out there what we need to teach the youngin’s.

So, if you’re free June 7-9, and have $20 to spare (Yup, its $25 - but use SARAY as a coupon code and you’ll save five bucks), go over to Milwaukee WordCamp 2013 website and register now. :)

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