From Sydney to Whangarei (via Perth)

An exciting two weeks begins with WordCamp Sydney on Saturday and Sunday. I’ll be presenting three nerdy but ultimately pointless topics on Sunday morning. WordPress is one of my great open source loves, so I’m looking forward to spending the weekend with some great Campers!

Tuesday, bright an early, I’m off to Perth for MoodleMoot Australia and to actually meet my Pukunui colleagues in person. The will be my first trip to Western Australia and I’ve very much looking forward to hanging out on the west coast. I’m also looking forward to catching up with old friends and new clients at the Moot. It will be a great time.

And the fun doesn’t end there, because I’ll be home for only a few days before flying off to New Zealand and MoodleMootNZX in Whangarei. I’m going to have to work on my pronunciation of that city’s name. MoodleMootNZX being  by HRDNZ, a great organisation, and I can’t wait to catch up with some old friends there. The first Moot I attended was actually MootNZ14 in Nelson, and the DEANZ (now FLANZ) conference I attended in April in Hamilton reminded me how much I enjoy New Zealand. And hey, my company was founded by a Kiwi, hence the name, so it’s going to be great to head back across the ditch.

At the end of all this travel, it’ll be a great to have some time to rest, right? No, of course not! Remember I’m headed up north for Course Creator and LMS Manager training in Brisbane in October! I’ve never been to Queensland, and I can’t wait to get to Brisbane.

So, I’m hoping to run into you at one of these conferences, or at training. We still have spots left for training, and I think you might be able to get tickets for all the conferences still – maybe looking for a WCSyd ticket might be cutting it close, but at $50 for all that great web goodness, give it a shot!

See you on the road!


Photo Credit: Qantas 737 Adelaide Airport. 2014 FotoSleuth.


Kenneth “Scott” Huntley is an Instructional Designer, LMS and WordPress consultant, EdTech conference junkie and all-around general tech nerd.

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