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Remote Working – Ask me anything

Jenny Wong presenting her talk Remote Working - Ask me anything

COVID has made many of us remote workers. Some of us have already been remote working, and for others, it is a new experience. Jenny has been remote working for 6 years and will be coming online to share her set up, habits, and answer any questions people have about making remote working more comfortable …

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Tips on how to reduce the carbon emissions of your WordPress website

Hannah Smith presenting her talk Tips on how to reduce the carbon emissions of your WordPress website

Did you know that the internet is thought to produce about the same carbon emissions as the aviation industry? And if the internet was a country it would be the sixth biggest polluter in the world. Shocking isn’t it? With nearly 35% of all websites being WordPress websites, as a community, we have a fantastic …

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How I improved my sleep patterns with WordPress

The landscape of computing always changes, at the beginning webservers were found in the basements of companies, then in data centres, along came virtualisation and now cloud or serverless. A factual history but a boring discussion. As a pioneer of high availability websites for Sport including the Olympics, from a server in a house in …

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WordPress, the Community and Your Mental Health

Back in 2009 I discovered the power of WordPress. In 2012 I met the WordPress community. In 2016 I relied on the community! Let’s have an honest discussion about the challenges of running your WordPress business. Building your own business, no matter what size, can be one of the most rewarding, satisfying and freeing experiences …

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Promote Your Business Through Public Speaking

With the likes of WordCamp London 2019 and many other open-source events currently looking for speakers, developing your public speaking skills offers an opportunity to promote your business and share your experiences with the global WordPress community. This will be an interactive workshop looking at the initial application process, enabling you to succeed from the …

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Tales from 10 years in the WordPress community

It’s been 10 years since Keith pressed the big red ‘Start this meetup’ button and WordPress London was born. That was the start of an amazing journey, both professionally and personally. Keith will talk about what it was like to build WPLDN into a 1500+ strong meetup, the trials and tribulations along the way, what …

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Open Q&A Session

This is an opportunity for you to bring those unanswered questions you may have about WordPress, whether that’s the business of WordPress, the development side, maybe you want to know more about contributing or need to get to the bottom of how to get yourself setup? We’ll cover a wide variety of topics.

An Open Q&A with the WordCamp London Team Lead

Ever wondered what goes into organising a WordCamp? In this interview Ana Silva, the lead organiser for WordCamp London, will answer questions and shed some light on just what it takes to organise an open, inclusive and accessible event for over 600 WordPress enthusiasts.

Episode #1 – Organising a WordCamp & An Intro to WP-CLI

At the WordPress London Meetup on 26th April 2018 Ana Silva talks about her role as the lead organiser for WordCamp London 2018 & John Blackbourn introduces the WP-CLI and gives some example use cases. In this, the first episode of the #WPLDN Podcast, meet the team and find more about what’s to come. Meet …

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