Tonight at the WordPress Melbourne User Group September 2013 Meetup, I gave a presentation titled Command Line WordPress with WP-CLI.
Are you already using WP-CLI? If so, please let me know what your favourite WP-CLI command is.
If not, I suggest you go to wp-cli.org and give it a try
Below are some statistics that demonstrate how popular the WordPress user groups are in Australia:
|% of Population
in Meetup Group
As you can see, Hobart has the highest percentage of their population being a member of their user group. Well done Japh!
Here in Melbourne, it looks like we have some work to do.
Population Figures are sourced from Wikipedia as of 10 October 2012.
Number of Group Members Figures were sourced from each meetup.com group page as of 10 October 2012.
Last Wednesday was the first Amazon Web Services User Group Melbourne Meetup.
Simone Brunozzi (AWS Asia Pacific Technology Evangelist) kicked the night off with an informal presentation covering EC2 Security Groups, ElastiCache, SQS, and several other questions from the 35-person audience. Continue reading The Inaugural Amazon Web Services Melbourne Meetup
Last night Simone Brunozzi, Technology Evangelist at Amazon Web Services Asia Pacific came to Melbourne for the Amazon Web Services Melbourne meetup.
Simone and I organised the event – please read on for a summary. Continue reading Amazon Web Services Melbourne Meetup March 2011
At last night’s WordPress Melbourne User Group meetup I presented on WordPress 3.1 – new features and changes.
Below are the slides from the presentation. For more detailed information on WordPress 3.1, check out my detailed WordPress 3.1 feature review post. Continue reading My WordPress Melbourne User Group Presentation: WordPress 3.1 Overview