Events

WordCamp Europe Featured Image

Nearly seven months before the event takes place, tickets for WordCamp Europe 2016 in Vienna, Austria on June 24-26 are on sale. There are two types of tickets available, General admission and Microsponsor. General admission tickets are € 40.00 each and cover both days to the event, access to all sessions, (more…)

WordCamp USA Featured Image

In a little less than a month, the first annual WordCamp US will be underway in Philadelphia, PA. There’s still 251 tickets available to attend the event in person. The schedule and sessions are published and it looks like an informational packed two-day event. There are three tracks available, two (more…)

WPCampus Featured Image

When WordCampus was announced, some of our readers expressed concern that the event’s name is too similar to WordCamp US and would cause confusion. There was also concern that without being officially sanctioned by WordCamp Central, the event would infringe the WordCamp trademark that is owned and protected by the (more…)

WordCamp Pune India

This post was contributed by Topher DeRosia. Topher has contributed to a number of plugins, spoken at many WordCamps, and is the lead of documentation for Easy Digital Downloads. He also operates HeroPress.com on the side. Last July, the lead organizer of WordCamp Pune, India asked if I would come (more…)

Tickets Featured Image

Tickets for the first annual WordCamp US are now on sale. Due to overwhelming popularity, tickets are being released in batches with the first batch selling out within hours. There are three types of tickets available for purchase. A full weekend pass for $40 that includes both session days as (more…)

Woo Commerce Meetup

The WordPress community summit will take place on December 2-3, 2015, in Philadelphia, PA two days before WordCamp US. The summit will be held at Impact Hub Philadelphia, a co-working space where freelancers, entrepreneurs, and social innovators work together, share ideas, and build networks. Impact Hub is spacious and has dedicated (more…)

Pennsylvania Convention Center

When organizing teams in different cities applied to host WordCamp US earlier this year, they provided a substantial amount of information through the application process. While Philadelphia will host the event in 2015 and 2016, their application is not public information. Juliana Reyes, who writes for Technical.ly Philly, acquired and (more…)