WordSesh 2013: Live Streaming 24 Hours of Free WordPress Education

Mark your calenders for December 6th and 7th, 2013. WordSesh will be back in session! In case you missed the first WordSesh, the basic idea is very similar to a WordCamp, except everything is streamed live on the web. The event is totally free and anyone can attend by tuning in from home. WordSesh is comprised of 24 sessions that cater to every type of WordPress user. There will be one session every hour, on the hour, for 24 hours.


If you haven’t been able to make it to as many WordCamps as you’d like, here’s your chance to get in on some awesome free WordPress sessions. WordSesh offers a community learning experience that you can enjoy with other WordPress fans around the world. The event utilizes Google Hangouts to broadcast sessions from wherever the speakers are located.

In case you missed last year’s event, all of the sessions were recorded and are available on youtube. This should give you an idea of the high quality speakers you can expect when you tune in. The DradCast podcast will be kicking off WordSesh 2, ushering in “24 hours of non-stop WordPress knowledge and fun.”

WordSesh is still taking applications for speakers and you can submit directly on the website. If you want to join in, make sure to add the dates to your calender, follow WordSesh on Twitter, and subscribe to WordSesh news and announcements. You don’t want to miss a minute of this awesome event.


One response to “WordSesh 2013: Live Streaming 24 Hours of Free WordPress Education”

  1. […] by the WordCamp style presentations of the 24hr WordSesh event, Brian Richards wanted to create a site to bring WordPress educational resources to people at home. […]



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