WordPress founder Matt Mullenweg will be meeting WordPress users at two speaking presentations to be held on June 17th in Wellington and June 18th in Auckland. Some of you may remember meeting Matt in Wellington at the very first WordCampNZ in Wellington which was held at the Mt Vic Bowling Club.
Next week WordPress founder Matt Mullenweg will be back in NZ for a short visit.
Check the links below for booking tickets. There is no admission charge but at each location there are venue limits so booking is essential.
Please join us as we welcome WordPress founder Matt Mullenweg to New Zealand for a special conversation with the local tech and WordPress community.
“Matt Mullenweg is the co-founder of the open-source blogging platform, WordPress.org, the most popular publishing platform on the web, and the founder & CEO of Automattic, the company behind WordPress.com and Jetpack. Additionally, Matt is a principal and founder of Audrey Capital, an investment and research company. He has been recognised for his leadership and success by Forbes, Time, BusinessWeek, INC., PC World, and Vanity Fair.”
Book for Auckland – Wednesday 18th 2014 at 7.00pm
The event will be held at the Ray Freedman Arts Centre off Gillies Ave, Newmarket (part of Epsom Girls Grammar) Note: there is a password on the booking system till 10am Monday. That password is Jimmy Smith (include the space) Jimmy Smith is the musician that version 3.9 of WordPress was named after.
Please do not book more than 2 tickets each as we have limited space. You have today and the weekend to complete your booking but don’t delay as this event will most likely be booked out.
Book for Wellington – Tuesday 17th 2014 at 7.00pm
Matt will also be speaking in Sydney and Melbourne on this trip if you have friends in those locations who may be interested.
Book for Australia – June 12th and 16th 2014
WordPress Wordcamps in NZ
If you are in Auckland we are hoping to lock down a date for WordCamp Auckland in late July – more on that soon.
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Jason Kemp on behalf of the wordcamp / WordPress meetup teams ( Kevin, Kent – Toni, Niq, Dan, Adam, Steve) thanks again for your time.