Breaking into the Melbourne Open Source Tech Community

Breaking into the Melbourne Open Source Tech Community
Event on 2015-01-29 18:30:00
About This Event

Heard about WordPress, Drupal or Joomla? Whether you're new to the tech community or a seasoned web developer then come on down and get introduced to three of the largest open source content management systems in the world.

What powers these fast growing content management systems is the strength of community that supports them, and Melbourne has one of the finest support networks for all three in the world. Find out what each are all about, what they offer and who to speak to if you want to get involved in their respective community.

Join us at General Assembly for an evening of conversation, casual drinks and networking with fellow open source enthusiasts.

 About the Instructor

Tim MeyerDirector,
Rare Agency

Tim Meyer heads Rare Agency, a Melbourne based digital studio specialising in WordPress development and online marketing. For the past 12 years Tim has worked extensively across the digital landscape for both global brands and small businesses applying his skills and insight to successfully deliver leading edge website solutions and strategies. Tim is an avid open source enthusiast and has developed close to 100 websites in his various roles throughout his career including some of Australia's largest independent properties such as itWire and myDJspace.

 About Our Partners

Redwolf Consulting


Redwolf is a specialist Digital Media recruitment agency who help our clients find great permanent and contract staff and our candidates find great employment in the Digital Media space.

Our passion is your passion. Digital Media and Technology. We get excited about User Journeys, Service Design and the latest programming design patters. Most of all we get excited about working with fantastic candidates and great employers, because the right person in the right company can literally change the world.

at General Assembly
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Melbourne, Australia

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