There is something spiritually important about being able to gather together. Worship, communion, breaking bread, holding hands — these are all integral parts of our services, and they can’t be replaced by simply watching a service online.
WordCamp Birmingham is a great way to network, learn about WordPress, get WordPress tech support, and meet new people in Birmingham, Alabama for a low ticket price of $20. We hope to see you at WordCamp Bham!
Sloss Tech is July 15 at The Lyric Theater in Downtown Birmingham; we can’t wait to be there to celebrate the growth of Birmingham’s tech sector!
For everyone who missed our Lunch & Learn, we’ve posted the slides so you can browse through what you missed from our training on password security and SSL certificates.
It’s Star Wars Day, and if you listen closely to your IT department and pay attention to your Facebook feed, you’ll be hearing a lot of “May the 4th Be with You.”
Building a website is a big undertaking that requires big trust, so choosing a company that uses secure CMS like WordPress makes a huge difference in your success. See why WordPress is the choice of companies like Forbes, Best Buy, The New York Times, and Infomedia!
Join us at an Infomedia Lunch & Learn on September 22, 2015 from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. for Analytics 101: Tracking to Keep Your Website Trucking. We’ll meet at Innovation Depot in Birmingham, AL.
News broke this morning that our own Birmingham, Alabama will host the 2021 World Games, and we’re excited. We’re also a little confused about what the World Games actually are, but let’s start with excited. These games could be a really good thing for Birmingham businesses because they’ll bring in tourism (and a little bit of fun), and that will boost our economy.
Cask + Drum, a music festival and tasting event, has added a scavenger hunt social media element to make the event even more interesting.