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WCTO 2017

Bridges! So many bridges! You see – I have a fear of bridges. And the higher they are, the more terrifying they are. Especially when the wind is blowing. And there are FIVE HUGE BRIDGES between Rochester, New York and Toronto.  What does that mean? That means that every time I visit Toronto, I have to face down my fears,…

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WordCamp Montreal

It’s the first morning of WordCamp Montreal and so far so good! The only hiccups for me have to do with driving here: the street signs don’t always match what my navigation is telling me; and Siri doesn’t speak French well. Add to that some torrential downpours on my way in, and it’s been interesting. What has not been a…

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WordCamp Ottawa

WordCamp Ottawa is always an amazing camp – good people, good food, great information and sharing. I always feel welcomed and I always leave with more friends. It is my pleasure to have been selected as a speaker for this year’s WordCamp. I’m happy to share with others about little things we can do – tweaks really – that can…

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WordCamp Pittsburgh

I’m really excited to be presenting at WordCamp Pittsburgh…their inaugural WordCamp, especially since I’ll be organizing Rochester’s first ever WordCamp in less than a month! My topic is “Hidden Features of WordPress.” Of course, these awesome features aren’t really hidden, it’s just that most people don’t know to look for them – or where they are. In this talk I introduce you…

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Meagan Hanes and Andrea Middleton

Meagan Hanes: What Being a Woman Web Designer Means to Me

I’m a woman web designer – what this means to me. Being a web designer/developer is, for me, one of the most interesting and fulfilling careers available today. I love helping clients understand and implement the technology combination they need to achieve their dreams, and often times help by asking interesting questions that benefit the client in abstract and concrete…

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