WordCamp Miami 2015 is taking place this weekend with a BuddyCamp kicking off today. The event sold out again this year and will have roughly 800 attendees, including a kids’ camp, convening at the Florida International University School of Business campus on Saturday and Sunday.
If you weren’t able to make it to BuddyCamp, the event is live streaming now and will be throughout the afternoon. A Livestream account is required in order to watch but signup is free and allows you to watch from anywhere in the world.
— imath (@imath) May 29, 2015
WordCamp Miami is experimenting with new tracks and mini-workshops this year. The “How-To” track, for example, is a new concept for the camp and will include hand-selected speakers presenting with slides that are formatted to be a lasting educational resource for attendees and Livestream viewers.
The How-To, Content and Design, and Developer tracks will be available via Livestream on Saturday. Sunday’s live viewing schedule will include Business, Users, and more Developer tracks. The links are likely to change during the event but will be updated on the Livestream page for each track.