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The first Athens WordCamp!

October 31, 2016 - Categories: News - Tags: 2016, Greece, WordCamp, WordPress

Written by: MagicPress

On November 19th, the very first Greek WordCamp is going to take place at the Athens Technopolis. It is one small step towards bringing Greece to the future and the technological advances it entails.

WordCamp is a great way to meet and communicate with other WordPress users from various professions. Web developers, designers and editors, content editors, bloggers, journalists, marketing representatives, etc. are going to attend. That is not all of course. Informative speeches by experts from various fields are scheduled. Multiple topics will be covered, such as: web development, web design and marketing, server management, blogging and eCommerce. That said, WordCamp is a great opportunity to mingle with numerous professionals and make useful connections.

Notis Gasparis, our very own CTO, will be one of the Athens WordCamp speakers as well. In his speech he will cover several topics. More specifically, he will talk about all the things a developer should know about what might affect WordPress website speed. Also, he will share tips on how to optimize your server response time and how you can make your WordPress installation run fast.

MagicPress is one of the Athens WordCamp’s proud sponsors. We believe that WordPress knowledge should spread. By participating in the Athens WordCamp as sponsors, attendees and speakers, we like to believe that we contribute towards that direction. This is a great opportunity for you to meet our team on the MagicPress stand and learn about our services. We’ll be glad to answer any questions you might have.

On November 20, a contributor day will take place at the co-working space Found.ation. Sixty WordCamp participants will come together to exchange ideas and solutions upon various topics such as fora and translation, expanding the WordPress community and whatever else comes up! If you want to be a part of the contributor day you will have to sign up for it (more information about the contributor day, can be found here). Otherwise, you can always choose to simply attend the WordCamp. If you are in Greece… don’t miss this fantastic chance!