Utah WordPress Meetup

WordPress Logo A few weeks ago at the January Geek/Blogger dinner Thom Allen, Joseph Scott, Spencer King and I were all talking about how cool it would be if there was a time when WordPress developers/users/designers could get together and hash out whatever they were working on with the collective body of users. So, in the community nature of WordPress, I decided to put something together for next week. If you are new to WordPress, a seasoned vet, or somewhere in between, you would likely get something out of this meeting. If anything, come for the snacks. I am going to commit my wife to making some delicious bananna bread. (Will you honey?)

Details

Location: Casa de Spurlock (My House)

Time: Wednesday, 18th of March 7:00pm – 9:00pm

Topics: Anything that you want to talk about. I just got a new TV that we can hook up laptops too, so bring your lappy, and examples of what you are working on. If we do have a good response, I will see about moving to a larger location, but we should be ok… (I know, famous last words…)

Event Registration on Upcoming.org

Twitter hash tag: #utwordpress

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Jake Spurlock

Jake is a geek, designer, HTML+CSS lover. Taker of photos, and sometimes skiing and biking... He spends his time day dreaming new WordPress themes and camping with the Boy Scouts. For some random posts, check out the link blog.

20 Comments

  1. @George Loch – George, no momentum! You must not have heard about WordCamp Utah last September. There is a great WordPress community here in Utah. The goal of course, is to get people to know each other, and build the community.

  2. I would love to come! Is there a ‘code word’ at the door? Like….”The Jungle music was great last night?” Or will a simple knock suffice? πŸ™‚

    Oh right, this is Utah…so am I required to “travel in pairs” ? If so, I just need some advance notice to round someone up. Apparently, you can’t just ‘steal people’. They have laws against it….well now…anyway! LOL

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