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Career Conversation series: The WordPress Forum at GCU

01/02/2017

 

When: Tuesday 7th February

Time: 12noon – 2pm

Where: The Campus Life Lounge, 1st Floor George Moore Building

GCU Careers has joined forces with WordPress Glasgow to launch the GCU WordPress Forum! The aim of the partnership is to provide a relaxed environment for techs, website owners and bloggers, seasoned professional and beginners alike, where we will all support and learn from each other.

You will have access to an open group of local developers, designers, publishers and learners who get together to share our experience and knowledge of WordPress through hands-on group exercises, talks and lots of chatting!

In advance of the launch we have invited several members of WordPress Glasgow to come on campus to explain how the planned GCU WordPress Forum will work, and how you can benefit and make a contribution.

Who should attend?

Any students or staff interested in finding how the planned GCU WordPress Forum will work and how you can benefit and make a contribution, including:

  • Students and lecturers from all Schools with an interest in using blogging as a tool.
  • Software Development for Business and Computing students and staff.
  • Self-starters: student and staff with an interest in starting their own business, developing their first blog, sharing or developing their technical skills and commercial awareness?

Additional information

  • WordPress.org is a free Open Source tool used to create websites and blogs. 25% of all websites and 59% of all sites using a Content Management System (CMS) are built with WordPress.
  • Thousands of sites all over the world, from The New Yorker, Beyonce and The Rolling Stones are built with WordPress.

What is WordPress Glasgow

We are an open group of local developers, designers, publishers and learners who get together to share our experience and knowledge of WordPress through hands-on group exercises, talks and lots of chatting!

For more information about WordPress Glasgow see https://wpglasgow.org/

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