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WordPress London Meetup – August 2019

At WordPress London this month we’re talking about building a fully-featured Laravel application with data from WooCommerce and HTML5 elements and accessibility.

WordPress London Meetup – July 2019

We’re taking a break from the regular schedule this month due to the summer holidays, we appreciate its short notice; we’re planning to meet for a more informal event to discuss the future of WPLDN – we hope some of you can join us!

WordPress London Meetup – June 2019

Cloudflare, County Hall

At WordPress London this month we are talking scaling agencies and good and bad programming principles. We are also happy to announce that we will be moving to our new venue; the brand new Cloudflare offices at County Hall, London. You can read a full announcement post over on our WP&UP blog for more details.

WordPress London Meetup – Feb. 2019

We’ll be looking at delivering lighting fast content updates to your site users, as Phil takes us through a how and why Liveblog has received AMP support. And Dan will be opening a discussion about the impact of freelancing/lone working on our mental health. Did we mention tickets for WordCamp London 2019 are now available? …

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WordPress London Meetup – Jan. 2019

The #WPLDN is back for 2019! We also want to mention that tickets for WordCamp London 2019 are now available: This month we’ll be learning about building public speaking skills to promote your business and give back to the community, as well as taking a look at the JAM (JavaScript, API and Markup) stack, …

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WordPress London Meetup – Nov. 2018

Join us for the last formal WordPress London meetup of 2018. We’ll be looking at marketing our WordPress focused businesses, as well as how we transition into a life in a Gutenberg world.

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