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WordCamp San José in November 2016 — August 18, 2016

WordCamp San José in November 2016


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Finally, we have the official dates for #WordCamp San José in Costa Rica. The event will be held on November 5th and 6th.

The event will be divided in tracks, that will help you focus on the talks/workshops that you might be interested.

What are the tracks?

There will be three:

  • Developer Track
  • Design: UX & UI track
  • Bloggers Track

What are they about?

Developer Track

It will be focused on working with API and sharing data across platforms. It will also have a heavy Javascript component for all of you that want Node.JS and other goodies!

Design: UX & UI

It will be focused on talks for the front end people. Prettify your WordPress folks!

Bloggers

This will be for the non-technical people, for marketeers and bloggers and how the get the best of your WordPress to achieve your goals!

More info?

Right now they are on the phase of recruiting sponsors, so if you are interested you can go ahead and contact them directly. The call to speakers will start soon as well.

Visit and subscribe to their news on: https://2016.sanjose.wordcamp.org/

You can also contact the organizers via email: sanjose@wordcamp.com

I will be assisting the event on behalf of Sucuri, if you want to hang out and talk about website security, contact me so we can meet at the event!

Cheers!

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How websites get hacked? And WordPress meetup Managua — June 11, 2016

How websites get hacked? And WordPress meetup Managua


On May, I had the opportunity to participate on Desarrolladores WordPress Nicaragua (You can find them facebookmeetup ) monthly meetup.

Both my business partner and co-founder of SenorCoders.com and myself gave talks. While I talked about How Websites get Hacked, Kharron talked about Developing a Mobile App using WordPress as the backend.

My presentation was based out of the work that I do each day as part of the Remediation team in Sucuri. You can find my presentation here:

 

Special thanks to:

  • Daniel Gordon & Steven Hansen from Rain for sponsoring the venue, sodas and pizzas.
  • Tom Sepper @ Site5 for sponsoring the web hosting accounts

 

 

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