Author Archives: Aaron Jorbin

About Aaron Jorbin

Aaron is a polyhistoric man of the web and WordPress Core Committer. He works to improve developer happiness and is dedicated to making the internet usable and enjoyable by everyone. In the past he worked at Conde Nast, AddThis, and Privia Health.

Survey

This month marks 1 year of consecutive meetups.  We have had some great meetups but we want to make year two even better.  Click on the link below to take a five question survey so that we can provide the … Continue reading

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April 2011: Propose a Lightning Talk

For our April meetup we are going to have lightning speeches. We are hoping that you can be one of the people that step up and present. Speeches should be 5-10min in length and related to WordPress.   Topics could … Continue reading

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Town Hall with WordPress Founder Matt Mullenweg — January 31, 2011

We announced yesterday on Meetup that Matt Mullenweg would be joining us for a special meetup and Town Hall discussion on WordPress. Within three hours we reached capacity. We’re currently working to see if we can add some more people … Continue reading

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Users, Roles, Capabilities: August 2010

Yesterday’s Presentation was by Aaron Jorbin (hey, that’s me) and and is now available on his site.  Check out Users / Roles / Capabilities where you’ll find that he has linked to both his presentation and detailed explanations of the … Continue reading

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Welcome to WordPress DC

Welcome to the WordPress DC blog. We are going to summarize and talk about our meetup here and also link to interesting tutorials to help you better understand WordPress. If you’re a DC area blogger or WordPress developer, feel free … Continue reading

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