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WordCamp Miami weekend

The annual WordCamp Miami will be held March 16-18. Most events are at Florida International University’s main campus or nearby.

A full schedule is lined up for WordPress users, bloggers, content creators, SEO, designers, marketing folks, and developers. It’s been one of the longest running non-profit tech conferences in South Florida. Cost: $40 for the weekend (less than $14 a day). Discount tickets may be available for students and teachers. (Some workshops have already sold out.)

There is also a special track for kids 6 to 18, with tickets available for $7.50 for the weekend (parents who are not attending can get in for $8).

Highlights include beginner workshops, as well as workshops on coding and blogging and the days run from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Click here for the complete schedule.

FIU School of Business, 11200 SW 8th St, Miami, FL 33174


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