WordCamp Europe 2022 | GoDaddy Professional


See you there 

At GoDaddy Professional, we’re super-pumped to lastly (lastly!) be again in individual at this 12 months’s WordCamp Europe, which runs June 2 to June 4 in Porto, Portugal. We certain missed being round our fellow WordPressers, however we weren’t snoozing through the lockdowns.

Meet up with us at WCEU and also you’ll see we made some new WordPress (tremendous) mates, who we’re proud to have becoming a member of us. We’ve additionally been deepening our dedication to the WordPress group although open-source initiatives like 5 for the Future and digital meetups.

Since final 12 months, we’ve hosted practically 200 occasions with about 2,700 attendees and 100 visitor audio system. To affix in, try our occasions platform.

That’s all great things, nevertheless it’s exhausting to beat the IRL expertise of rubbing elbows with like-minded people. We’re so pumped, we now have to share somewhat of what you may anticipate to see from GoDaddy Professional at WCEU 2022.

Meet our WPSuperFriends

Examine us out on the occasion, and also you’ll doubtless see faces you acknowledge. We’ve joined forces with fairly just a few additions to the GoDaddy Professional household because the final time you may’ve ran into us.

We seek advice from the group we’ve assembled as our WPSuperFriends.

These new members of the GoDaddy Professional staff have pushed transformation change at GoDaddy, particularly in the best way we strategy the WordPress ecosystem. Removed from sitting idle, these manufacturers and people faucet into GoDaddy’s sources to make a good higher contribution to WordPress.

Proper now, our WPSuperFriends embody:

  • Pagely — This pioneer in managed WordPress options makes the CMS accessible to all forms of people and organizations.
  • SkyVerge — The WooCommerce extensions created by these proficient builders push the boundaries of what’s doable with ecommerce.
  • Sucuri — One of the vital recognizable names in web site safety contributes modern expertise in addition to thought management.
  • ManageWP — Managing a number of web sites turns into a neater process, as customers report saving hours every month for each website they handle.
  • GoDaddy Professional — Kinda just like the benevolent patriarch of the group, offering steerage and sources.

We’ve realized lots from these manufacturers and it’s thrilling to see what the long run holds. The truth is, we’re all the time wanting so as to add to our WPSuperFriends, so if you happen to’re within the WordPress sport, take into account becoming a member of up.

A sneak peek at GoDaddy Professional’s presentation

We’re fortunate to have some very sensible folks at GoDaddy Professional and proud to have them entrance and middle at WCEU. Right here’s a preview of who you’ll see repping us:

Victor Santoyo, Sr. Account Govt, Sucuri

What are you presenting at WCEU?

Safety Classes Realized from 2021: As with most years, there’s been a wide selection of essential vulnerabilities discovered inside content material administration methods comparable to WordPress, plugins, API keys, and many others. I’ll be recapping our 2021 discoveries and the way these vulnerabilities (AnonymousFox, CC skimmers) made an affect on the WordPress group, and what may be carried out shifting ahead.

What’s your expertise with WordPress?

I’ve spent practically seven years talking at numerous WordCamps (e.g. Miami, Orlando) and being a WordPress consumer myself for my very own websites. I’ve attended WordCamps since 2013.

What do you love to do exterior work?

I just lately bought into CrossFit. I’m additionally a operating fanatic and today I’ve been into exploring native parks and trails.

We’re additionally excited to see our personal Joshua Strebel, co-founder and CEO of Pagely (acquired), be a part of a panel dialogue on the acquisitions of WordPress-focused corporations in 2022.

Outdoors WCEU, we’re nonetheless WordPressing

Past the initiatives and digital meetups talked about above, our ardour for WordPress has all the time been rooted in contributing to the mission as people — not simply supporting occasions by company sponsorships.

We contribute our time, with GoDaddy’s help, to a number of Make.WordPress.org groups so our much-beloved CMS is the perfect it may be.

These contributions aren’t some mandate from above. It’s about believing within the energy of open supply and the WordPress mission. It’s about giving a voice to folks, and the ability of open supply to create a really open net for everybody.

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