Today’s meetup will again offer four great presentations…

Today’s meetup will again offer four great presentations:

  • Luca talking about “Why a photo portfolio should be on WordPress”.
  • Kaiser talking about “How to evaluate a theme, before and after the purchase.”
  • Bastilian talking about “Semantic html markup, a little bit of history and why semantic markup is important for readers and search-engines.”
  • Cliff ( @spliffy ) will talk about content creation and will reveal his pet-project, hoping to get the attendees to join him for a photo session.

The rest of the time, let’s have a beer, chat, ask and answer questions, share experiences, etc.

It’s time to start talking seriously about presentations…

It’s time to start talking seriously about presentations for April 4, and by “seriously” I mean to move the conversation from to this site 😉

So far we have a few ideas that have been mentioned, please post them as replies to this post.

We have no rules about presentations, but our (short) experience seems to show that 4 is a good number, as long as we keep them between 20 and 30 minutes each.

If we have more proposals than available slots, priority will be given to:

  • People who have never talked before.
  • Subjects closely related to WordPress

Yes, we did it again!

Please accept my apologies for the belated wrap-up post, but here we are finally.

First a few photos, thanks to @floor!

The meetup was once again a great moment, and we had 4 very interesting presentations, from the history of design, to basic CSS and child theming, to more advanced CSS, to plugin development best practices.

For those who would like to know a bit more, here are a few links to the respective materials:

See you all next time!

Photos from our first meetup 2013

@floor and @dant have been kind enough to share their pictures from the last meetup, so here they are: