We’ll be at WPCampus, WCBOS and WCBTN this summer
Find us at WPCampus in Buffalo, WordCamp Boston and WordCamp Brighton this summer.
First up on our summer schedule is WPCampus during July 14-15, where WordPress meets higher education.
Rich Hill, our CEO, is making his way to Buffalo, New York for WPCampus, a two-day event filled with talks, networking, and social events covering a variety of topics, all dedicated to the confluence of WordPress in higher education.
The goal of the conference is to provide a wealth of knowledge for anyone who’s interested in using WordPress and allow people to share and learn about WordPress in the world of higher education.
Education is important to the team at FlexiDB, and our new product Mind Doodle is an excellent tool for group work, visual thinking or essay planning and writing. We’re working on a WordPress extension for Mind Doodle, to make it an even more effective platform for the WordPress community. Watch this space!
Arrange to meet at WPCampus.
After WPCampus, Rich will be heading to WordCamp Boston, where he’ll be spending July 22-23 at Boston University.
Covering code, performance, design and content, the schedule is packed with talks spanning four parallel streams of WordPress-related content.
With lecture-style sessions, panels, and workshops about WordPress and the tech industry, plus an open area to meet other WordPress users, WordCamp Boston is set to be an incredible weekend.
Tell Rich you’ll be at WCBOS.
To finish up our WordPress events for the summer, Tess Coughlan-Allen is heading to WordCamp Brighton.
Between August 18-19, Tess will enjoy workshops, talks, networking and an awesome after-party at The Old Market, an independent venue and cultural space that is just a stone’s throw away from the beachfront.
With talks ranging from UX and accessible design, to the WordPress API, to business and marketing for digital products, the programme has something for everyone in the WordPress community.
Will you be at WCBTN? Tell Tess.
Mind Doodle is an online mind map, but it’s also much more than that. It is a digital thinking environment with real-time collaboration and live chat for teams. Add depth with images, files and data, then generate 3D charts and build reports, which you can export to Word, PowerPoint or Project. Sign up for the free Mind Doodle Beta.
We’re working on extensions for Mind Doodle, and we are looking for WordPress users who would like to join our focus group. Have your say on our extension for WordPress and become part of the Mind Doodle journey. Sign up for the focus group here.