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MIT WebPub Presents: Set Your Sites on WordPress 3.0

In June, the WordPress project released their latest and greatest version, version 3.0. While it’s true that 3.0 is just the number that comes after 2.9, 3.0 introduces a number of new features and new infrastructure, making it easier to power entire sites, or a network of sites, in addition to single blogs. With a survey of user-facing features as well as some quick live coding demos, this session will be full of useful information for those just starting out with WordPress and WordPress gurus alike. mitcho (Michael Erlewine) is a graduate student in Linguistics at MIT, but lives a parallel life in open web technology. He is currently collaborating with Automattic, makers of WordPress.com, on an A/B testing framework for WordPress and previously worked at Mozilla Labs.

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