This past weekend saw our first WordCamp event of the year. WordCamp London 2018 was held at London Metropolitan University, and as ever was a ton of fun. If you stopped by, hopefully you played our WordPress conga game, got some info on our new WordPress security plugin and grabbed some swag too.
So what’s next on the schedule? Tonight you’ll find our platform lead Tim at the Cardiff WordPress meet up. If you’re in the area you might want to stop by and Tim’s talk about practical WordPress security:
We have all been to the scary WordPress security talk where I or someone else frightens you to death, but it’s not too dire, in those talks there is a theme beyond despair and that’s ‘every little helps’. So this talk is low on scary tales and high on simple practical tips to improve your site’s security. On their own they might not be the silver bullet, but they all add up.
You can catch Tim again at the WordPress Leeds meet up on April 24th followed by May 27th at WordUp Pompey and WordPress Cambridge in May. Additionally you can find our WordPress specialist Kayleigh (who you might have spotted giving a lightning talk on xDebug at WordCamp London) at WordPress Glasgow on May 22nd too.
After that, the next big event for us is WordCamp Belfast – May 25-27. Held at Queen’s University in the city, we’re excited to return and meet old and new friends alike; side note, 2016 was the inaugural Belfast event, which alternates each year with Dublin. Come say hi and learn about our new WordPress plans and WP Fingerprint security tool.
Never been to one of these events? Here are some snaps of this weekend over at WordCamp London, hope to see you soon!