Toronto BigWP and Developer Training Coming Soon!
The WordPress.com VIP team will be hosting both a BigWP event and a training course in the Toronto area this month, and we would love to see you there!
BigWP is a meetup event crafted specifically for professionals deploying, managing, or working with WordPress installations in enterprise environments. If you work with a large, high-traffic WordPress installation, you’ll find short and informative talks from other people who are doing innovative things with the same.
Our Developer Fundamentals II training course is designed to assist WordPress developers with learning best practices in code security and performance to help safeguard critical, high-scale WordPress environments, but you’ll learn things that apply to WordPress installations of all shapes and sizes.
BigWP is a networking and education event focused on supporting developers, product managers, and editorial teams who run large, high-traffic WordPress sites. We’ll have a handful of short (5-10 minutes) flash talks on the following topics:
- Google’s AMP on WordPress
- Scaling WordPress for High-Traffic Sites
- Developing Gamification for WordPress
- Powering a TV Channel with WordPress
When: Tuesday, March 15th at 7 p.m.
Where: Shaw Media, 121 Bloor St. East
Event and speaker information is here.
Training: Developer Fundamentals II
WordPress Fundamentals II is a day-long, intensive course meant to improve WordPress developers’ understanding of advanced concepts. The workshop focuses on code security and performance, and will be taught by Stéphane Boisvert and Mo Jangda.
We recommend the training session for all developers working with enterprise-level WordPress deployments as the concepts discussed will apply universally.
When: Tuesday, March 15th at 9 a.m.
Where: The Foundery, 376 Bathurst St.
Cost: $950 CAD per attendee
For more details or to purchase a ticket, please visit the Eventbrite page. The class is limited to 20 participants – please sign up ASAP!
If you have any questions about either event, please get in touch!