WordCamp US 2022 Publishes Speaker Schedule, Livestream Will Be Available

WordCamp US (WCUS) kicks off one month from today in San Diego, CA, and organizers have published the full schedule for all sessions. The three-day event will feature three tracks with a combination of lightning talks (15 min), standard talks (45 min), and workshops (1 hr+).

This year’s lineup is heavy on educating professionals on building with blocks. Attendees and livestream viewers can expect to learn how to customize core blocks for clients and create a custom block in 15 minutes. Speakers will also offer a glimpse into the future of designing themes for the block editor, the foundational concepts of the new era of block themes, and demonstrate how to build a block theme.

Block themes and plugins aren’t the only things on the menu for WCUS attendees. The event will include a diverse range of topics, including WordPress and the creator economy, accessibility, multichannel e-commerce, performance, community, and creating editorial experiences.

The sessions begin on September 9, and continue through the next day, capped off with a chat with Matt Mullenweg, who will also answer live questions from the audience. Contributor Day is scheduled for Sunday, September 11.

Unfortunately, for many hoping to attend, all 650 of the available tickets sold out within the first day. Everyone else across the world of WordPress will need to tune into the livestream, which organizers expect will be fairly popular this year due to the limited in-person tickets. The sessions in Sun track and Palm track will be live streamed, but the Surf track workshops will not. The livestream page is already published and no special tickets will be required.

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One response to “WordCamp US 2022 Publishes Speaker Schedule, Livestream Will Be Available”

  1. For a conference that is based on a piece of technology..
    Why do so many wordcamp organizers do not do livestream. Every track should be livestream. Get a sponsor for each track live stream. Asking for a live stream is like going to a Star Trek Convention and screaming Star Trek is better.

    If it is because sponsors want something in person, you can put an ad on the livestream with logo of sponsor.

    Some organizers said that it is too much effort.

    No it is not. I speak from experience.

    Every WordCamp should live stream every session.

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