February 2018 Meeting: Wednesday 21st, 6.30-9pm, Madlab

February’s Manchester WordPress User Group, run by WordPress co-founder Mike Little, takes place at MadLab (https://madlab.org.uk) on Wednesday, the 21st from 6.30pm to 9pm.

Note: this month we are continuing with the successful clinic format to try to help more of you in the ways you’ve asked us.

Timings and Agenda:

  • 18:30 — Prompt start –  WordPress news
  • 18:45 — Round table questions gathering
  • 19:00 — WP clinic – bring your laptop and get the hands on help you need
  • 19:30 — Round table discussions and Q&A (see below)
  • 21:00 — End

This month we will be offering the opportunity to ask any question you like about WordPress, we will be hosting this event as a round table huddle so that people can all ask questions, answers, or both. Just so you are not put on the spot in any way we offer you the chance to write and submit your questions upon arrival.

We are think we may run tables on the following subjects, but you decide on the night:

  • General introduction to WordPress
  • Design and Themes
  • SEO
  • Hosting and performance
Anyone with any experience of WordPress is welcome, whether you’ve only 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 (https://mikelittle.org), 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.

See you at MWUG!

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Mike Little

Mike Little is the co-founding developer of WordPress and a director at zed1.com Limited, a web development and consultancy firm specialising in WordPress. You can find his blog at mikelittle.org 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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