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Post Status: Publish Conference, in pictures

Post Status: Publish Conference, in pictures

Pictures from Post Status Publish were almost all taken by Brian Richards, unless they are pictures of Brian Richards. I took those.

We had a great time learning and networking in Atlanta, and here’s a snippet of our time together. The event consisted of two full days of talks from some pretty amazing speakers.

Special thanks to Liquid Web for being our platinum sponsor, and to Jetpack, Pantheon, and SiteGround for being gold sponsors. Without them, and our wonderful attendees of course, none of this would be possible.

Video is being processed and will be available to all attendees, and we’re working out how exactly to make them available for other folks who may want to see the sessions.














































































































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