The Ocala I.T. Professionals is an information technology networking group in Ocala, Florida. Started in February 2014, its purpose is to provide a forum where anyone who works with technology, either professionally or as a hobby, can meet with others, discuss ideas and collaborate on projects and opportunities.
Join us for our next event!
The July 23 meeting of WordPress Ocala is being held online via FreeConferenceCall.com. See the event page for more information and to sign up.
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Check out our LinkedIn group …
If you’d like to meet other members but can’t always make it to a meeting, check out our group on LinkedIn. LinkedIn is an invaluable resource for professionals. You can set up your profile, promote your experience and skills and make connections with other people who can help your career along.
The Ocala I.T. Professionals maintains a LinkedIn group where our members can continue the conversation between meetings. If you haven’t already seen it, come check it out!
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