In just a few weeks, I’ll be presenting a session explaining how to write a quick WordPress shortcode, and then explaining how simple it is to turn it into a widget. If you’re interested in attending this presentation, I encourage you to do so.

In addition to my presentation, you can attend six fantastic presentations on marketing strategies and five other awesome sessions on development and technology.

All of these presentations are part of the 2012 .eduGuru Summit, a virtual conference targeted at Web and marketing professionals in education. Just because it’s targeted at people in higher education, though, doesn’t mean that the lessons learned and knowledge shared at the conference are exclusive to higher education.

The conference is being held on April 10 and 11 this year. The best part about the conference? It’s completely virtual. You can attend from the comfort of your own desk (you might, though I do not guarantee this in any way, even be able to attend the conference using your iPad).

The conference will be presented via Adobe Connect, is organized by dotEduGuru and is offered by Environments for Humans. You can buy a one-day ticket or purchase a ticket for both days. You also have the option to purchase individual tickets or purchase a “meeting room” ticket.

Also, if you use the discount code “20CURTISS” to receive 20% off your registration costs.

Finally, I might even have a free ticket I’m willing to give away if anyone’s interested in attending. The free ticket will only be good for the second day of the conference (the technical track). If you want this ticket, drop me a comment here on this post letting me know what part of the conference interests you most. Then, I might pick someone and send them the details for getting it.

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