November Meeting: Wednesday 19th, 6.30-9pm, Madlab/Terrace

November’s Manchester WordPress User Group, run by WordPress co-founder Mike Little, takes place at Terrace (next door to MadLab ( on Wednesday, the 19th from 6.30pm to 9pm.

Note: As MadLab is closed for refurbishment, we will meet next door in Terrace. Someone will be at the MadLab door with directions.

The Agenda includes:

General Session (6.30 — 7.30)

  • WordPress News
  • Talk: Siobhan McKeown – What’s coming in WordPress
  • Questions & Answers session – bring your questions
  • General Discussion

Break for networking, etc.

Technical session (8.00 — 9.00)

  • Technical news
  • Talk: Mike Little – TBD
  • Questions & Answers session – bring your questions

If you have other suggestions for items to go on the agenda, please comment here or on the mailing list.

Anyone with any experience of WordPress is welcome, whether you’ve heard about it and want to know more, you’re an experienced WordPress user or developer, or anything in between; you are welcome to our meetings.

If you fancy coming along, please let us know at our Meetup page.

Mike Little (, co-founder of WordPress, runs MWUG so come along to discover how WordPress can benefit you or your organisation, and get specific advice on any WordPress questions you have.

Subscribe to our Mailing list (, check out our website (, follow us on Twitter (, join us on Linked In (, like our Facebook page or join our MeetUp group

See you at MWUG!

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Mike Little

Mike Little is the co-founding developer of WordPress and a director at Limited, a web development and consultancy firm specialising in WordPress. You can find his blog at and follow him on twitter @mikelittlezed1 He has been running MWUG since June 2009, and thinks having a pool of WordPress-savvy people; for learning, community, networking, sharing and so on; in the Manchester area is a really good thing.

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