Author Archives: mitcho (Michael Yoshitaka Erlewine)
More than one million WordPress sites were cracked last year. Was your site or your client’s site among them? Effective WordPress security requires much more than a few plugins. This candid discussion will review the foundational levels of “The Multiple … Continue reading WordPress Security – Facts & Fiction
Howdy Campers and potential Campers! Online registration is closing tonight, Friday the 15th, at midnight! Spread the word! For those who miss the online registration window, we will allow walk-in registration for the sessions only. Walk-in registrants must pay $40 … Continue reading Online registration closing tonight!
We’ve extended the deadline for the Call for Speakers through May 28, 2011. A big thank you to everyone who submitted by the original deadline of May 14th! Those who submitted by the 14th will be contacted soon (before the … Continue reading Call for Speakers extended!
Attending or sponsoring WordCamp Boston this summer? Hoping to speak? Show your pride and spread the word with these badges! Code below. Sponsor badge: <a href=”https://2011.boston.wordcamp.org/”> <img title=”I’m Sponsoring WordCamp Boston 2011!” src=”https://2011.boston.wordcamp.org/files/2011/05/sponsoring.png” alt=”” width=”150″ height=”150″ /></a> Attendee badge: <a … Continue reading Badges, Badges, Badges!
We’re looking forward to organizing another fantastic WordCamp Boston, but we definitely can’t do that without an awesome set of speakers. We just posted the Call for Speakers page, so if you’re a local (or willing-to-travel) WordPress user, connoisseur, or … Continue reading Call for Speakers now live