President, Get Smart Web Consulting
Bio: Bridget Ayers, is the “agent 99” behind Get Smart Web Consulting. Get Smart Web, since its inception, has interacted and connected with millions of people online and gotten the brands they represent billions of web and social media impressions. Their most notable achievements over the last two years include over:
• 590,000 new social & business web connections
• 1.5 billion web impressions, over 4.7 million web interactions
• 1.7 million YouTube views.
Bridget has always been an educator, from her first playground rally to her current position as head geek for Get Smart Web. Her focus in business and in life is to learn as much as she can and then share that knowledge with others, using smart strategies, creative ideas, and value based relationship focused resources.
Some clients that Bridget has worked with are LEGOLAND California, SEA LIFE Aquarium, California Welcome Center in Oceanside, Anaheim GardenWalk, Taste of Anaheim, Grand Pacific Resorts, Resortime.com, She has worked with, consulted and trained Chambers of Commerce throughout California, Oregon, Washington, Nevada, Arizona, Colorado, and Florida, politicians, restaurants, hotels, insurance agencies, construction companies, attorneys, action sports companies, and many more.
One sentence that sums Bridget up…… Nobody Expects the Spanish Inquisition
San Diego PHP Meetup
Bio: Dennis Slade has been a SDPHP member and presenter since he moved to San Diego in 2012. Dennis has nearly two decades experience in the design and implementation of web, mobile, and desktop apps. He currently works as an independent Web Developer Consultant specializing in backend servers, content management systems, and user-driven tools. Dennis’ B.A. in Computer Science from Vassar College was a natural extension of his life-long love of programming and technology. He has been sleeping, eating and breathing software since the early 1980’s, and he is proud to have been in the first generation of students to take the AP test in computer science. Dennis is very passionate about eliminating the “digital divides” that plague technology education in the United States. His non-tech passions include learning Italian and German, “Doctor Who”, eating tasty non-sushi Asian food, and volleying backhands on the tennis court. You can follow him on Twitter @DennisSladeJr and on LinkedIn.