WP Meetup Amsterdam 🚀 May 23

by | May 20, 2023

Stayokay Amsterdam Oost | Foto Taco Van Der Werf

On the 23rd of May, we are hosting our seventh and final (regular) Meetup of this season! We hope to see you there!

This meetup is sponsored with 💙 by Siteground, Weglot, Aiwos, and Kinsta!


WordPress Talks

Luc Princen
Luc will talk about starting a collaboration on a project, and it’s side effects. He will explore the ‘showball effect’ that occurs, in particular when using tools like Git and Composer.

✨Ayodeji Ogundare
Ayodeji is an Open Source developer advocate at Adyen who will be sharing his journey in community-driven tech, discussing how his passion for sharing knowledge, building communities, and contributing to open source projects has led him to his current role. He will share valuable tips on how you can get started in this field, as well as helpful links to resources to help you on your own journey.



19:00 Walk-in
19:15 Speaker 1
19:55 Break with Drinks
20:15 Speaker 2
20:45 Open Call
21:00 Drinks

🕙 We open at 19:00, first talk 19:15
Location: StayOkay Hostel Oost, Timorplein 21 Amsterdam

RSVP here!

🔔 Open Call If you have a question, need help with something or you’re looking for an expert, you can share it with the group during the Open Call.


Visit 3 of our Meetups!

By visiting at least 3 of our meetups this season, your spot for our festive Summer Event on the 7th of July is secured. You can sign your name on the list at each meetup. Heads up: This is our final regular Meetup this season, last chance to sign your name on the list. Don’t miss it!

We hope to see you on the 23rd. 🎉 Otherwise, check out our next meetups and see you soon!


Team WordPress Meetup Amsterdam
Jaap, Stephanie & Sabine


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Meetup https://www.meetup.com/wordpress-amsterdam/
Twitter twitter.com/wpmeetupams

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