Two Meetups for May: Code Review Takes Two and WordPress’ 10th Anniversary Party

This coming month we have two great meetups scheduled.

Developer: Code Review Takes Two

Date & Time: Monday, May 13th at 6:30 pm

Ever wanted to become a better developer? One sure way: have your code reviewed. Code review can offer valuable perspective on how to write concisely, solve challenging problems, or make your architecture abstracted.

For this Developer meetup, Mike Bijon and Jeremy Ross will step up to show us how code review should be done. In addition to what you should look for as a reviewer, they’ll cover ways a review can be conducted and how feedback should be communicated.

Note: Due to limited space, we’re capping signups to 75. If you RSVP and realize later you can’t make the meetup, please change your status so someone else can attend.

WordPress’ 10th Anniversary Party

Date, Time & Location: Monday (Memorial Day), May 27th at 7 pm at The Green Dragon

WordPress is turning 10, and you’re invited! To celebrate the occasion, the WordPress Foundation is coordinating a global party on Monday, May 27th.

We’ll be kicking it Portland-style at the Green Dragon, 9th and Yamhill in SE. Come stop by at 7 pm or afterwards to regale WordPress times of yore. There’s no set agenda but, if we can get 50 people RSVP’d on the Meetup Everywhere page, we’ll have special 10th anniversary swag to hand out.

Hope to see you there!

Author: Daniel Bachhuber

Proud father x2. Principal, Hand Built. Maintainer, WP-CLI.