Intensive WordPress.com VIP Developer Training Workshop: March 2012

We offer WordPress developer training to VIPs year-round. Read on for more information.

Do you run a large-scale WordPress site with millions of pageviews per month? Are you interested in optimizing and scaling up your enterprise site and utilizing the latest WordPress features for your content?

The WordPress.com VIP Intensive Developer Workshop will take place in March 2012, and this three-day event will include a packed curriculum for VIP developers with some special guests, like Matt Mullenweg, the co-founder of WordPress and founder of Automattic, and Barry Abrahamson, Systems Team Lead for WordPress.com.

The training will be very hands-on and topics will include: WordPress coding standards, security, caching, optimizing themes and plugins, implementing new core WordPress features, and we’ll be further tailoring the curriculum based on registered participants’ input for their preferred sessions.

We’re going to keep the event small, with preference being given to VIP developers and select VIP partners, but if you’d like to attend the event, please fill out this form and we’ll put you on the waiting list if any spots open up.

Here are more details about the event:
March 26: Arrival in the afternoon with a special keynote from Matt Mullenweg, co-founder of WordPress, on the future of WordPress for developers. Reception & dinner.
March 27 & 28: Full days of training with VIP instructors.
March 29: Wrap-up, farewell breakfast and morning departures.
Pricing: $3250 per person, excluding airfare. Airport transfers, meals and lodging (3 nights) included.
Location: The Carneros Inn, Napa, California

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