Events

WordCamp Europe 2016 Kicks Off Today in Vienna

WordCamp Europe 2016 will begin bright and early this morning in the halls of the Leopold Museum and the Baroque suites of the MuseumsQuartier in Vienna. The sold-out event is the largest WordCamp to date with 2,200 attendees expected. Magnificent stage at Track 1 #WCEU pic.twitter.com/KLGKlbp9Hp — Milan Ivanović (@lanche86) (more…)

WordCamp US 2016 Speaker Applications Now Open

The wheels are already turning for WordCamp US 2016, which will be held in Philadelphia, PA, December 2-4. Tickets went on sale just days after the 2015 event concluded and today organizers opened speaker applications. Speakers should be prepared to present to a large audience. The inaugural WordCamp US sold (more…)

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This past weekend I attended WordCamp North East Ohio held in downtown Kent, OH, organized by Rich Robinkoff and Angela Bergmann. The Kent State University Hotel and Conference Center served as the venue and main hotel for the event. The convenience of having the hotel and venue be in the (more…)

WordCamp Belfast Set for October 2016, Tickets Now on Sale

Earlier this year the organizers of WordPress meetup groups in Belfast and Dublin started collaborating on hosting WordCamps with a shared leadership team. The inaugural WordCamp Belfast is now set for October 1-2, 2016, and an event in Dublin is tentatively scheduled for April 2017. The conference will be held (more…)

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Inspired by an article published on Red Queen Coder on the pervasiveness of alcohol in the programming community, Gary Pendergast, WordPress core contributor asked the following question on Twitter, “Has anyone been to WordCamps that removed the alcohol focus from afterparties?” It feels like the WordPress community has the same (more…)

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WordCamp Chicago 2016 was held at University Center in the heart of Chicago, IL, where more than 300 attendees spent the weekend learning about WordPress. The event was organized by Ryan Erwin and a team of volunteers. Tracks were split up into three separate rooms limiting the amount of background (more…)