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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…)

Confessions of a WordPress Trac Ticket Lobbyist

This post was contributed by Robert Dall. Studying web design in college, he stumbled upon early in his career. Dall made the natural progression from to the self-hosted version of WordPress. Since then, he’s worked almost exclusively with WordPress using it as a blog, CMS, portfolio, and e-commerce. He’s (more…)

WordCamp Chicago is a little over a week away and I won’t be able to attend this years event. Things just didn’t work out according to plan and so I’m trying to sell my ticket. Unfortunately, refunds can not be given due to the way the ticketing system works. So (more…)

Carl Hancock who is part of the team behind GravityForms asked an interesting question on Twitter the other day. What do you prefer for software support? A support forums or a good FAQ and a support ticket system? I thought it would be nice to expand on the question so (more…)

During the WordPress developers meeting yesterday, Jane Wells announced that registration for WordCamp New York City was open to the public. There are a few different tickets you can purchase depending upon your schedule. You can purchase the full pass which costs $40.00 which will provide entry to all sessions (more…)

In episode 49 of WordPress Weekly, I announced that the first person to give me the correct answer to the trivia question would win a free ticket to WordCamp Chicago. So far, no one has submitted an answer to the question. So with that said, if no one answers the (more…)