It’s been over a week since we attended WordCamp Europe in Vienna and landed back on the tiny island we all call home, but it’s the first chance I’ve had to sit down and put this post together.
We came back with so many fresh ideas and with so much enthusiasm to put them into action that we haven’t stopped working since. This week I took the time to sit down and put my thoughts together, so here they are.
WordCamp US, the national conference for WordPress, takes place December 4-6, 2015, in Philadelphia, PA. The full schedule of speakers and sessions has been published! Check out the sessions and be sure to get your tickets.
This year the 3rd edition of WordCamp Europe was held in Seville, Spain. Like the previous editions, it was a big event with around a 1,000 attendees and overall very well run thanks to a great team of organisers and volunteers.
Today the dates and location for WordCamp Europe 2015 were revealed!
It’s to be held between the 26th and 28th of June in Seville, Spain. The Conference days are to be Friday 26th and Saturday 27th June, with the Contributor day being Sunday 28th June.
WordCamp SF 2014 – We followed it through their great Live Stream service this year. Here’s a taste of some of the best bits we put together for you.
I’m watching WordCamp San Francisco unfold via live streaming, unfortunately couldn’t make it this year but will definitely try my best to be there for the next. My consolation prize (I’m hoping it will be a great one) will be WordCamp Europe this year.
One of the events I’m most looking forward to attending this year is WordCamp Europe, and I’ve just been notified that the tickets are now on sale. WordCamp Europe will be held in Leiden (close to Amsterdam) on the 7th and 8th of October, with a contributor day held on the 9th. I’ve already booked my flights and tickets and I hope to see many of you there too.