We’re happy to announce that WordCamp Boston is officially on the calendar!
WordCamp Boston will be August 23 at the MIT Media Lab, with a contributor day August 24 at Workbar Cambridge.
We’re currently looking for sponsors and volunteers, so if you’re interested in either, check out those pages for more information.
Tickets are on sale now! Click here to get yours today.
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With tickets already selling fast (122 of you have already bought tickets!), we know you’re excited for WordCamp. We’re working hard to finish up an excellent schedule for this year, and here’s a sneak peek. These are a few of the sessions you’ll be able to see on August 23rd:
- WooCommerce in 45min, by Matt Nelson
- Finding the Speed Bumps in Your Code, by Matt Boynes
- Essential Tools for Building a WordPress Publication, by Jared Novack
- The New JSON REST API, by Taylor Lovett
- Creating Your First Widget, by Amanda Giles
- Building and Managing Large Multisite Networks, by Sam Hotchkiss
- Make your clients happy with modular themes, by Chris Van Patten
- WordPress Theme Accessibility, by Jordan Quintal
So, if you haven’t bought your ticket yet, what are you waiting for?
Registration is now open for WordCamp Boston 2014! Join us August 23rd for a full day of excellent sessions and equally excellent socializing. Then, on August 24th, use your badge to get into the contributor day and spend some time giving back to the WordPress project.
If you’re looking for a place to stay, we recommend the Boston Marriott Cambridge hotel in Kendall Square, walking distance to the venue on Saturday. Book your rooms using this link to use our reservation code.
There’s just one week left to submit your session proposal to WordCamp Boston! We’re looking for local bloggers, designers, developers, entrepreneurs, and all-around users to talk about their experiences working with WordPress. We want to hear about the interesting things you’re doing with WordPress, and the challenges you’ve overcome. This year, we’d really love to see more stories from local community members.
Some talks from last year include:
If you’re interested in presenting this year, head on over to our speaker application page.
(Of note this year, we’re going to do our first round of speaker selection totally blind. Our speaker committee will not know any identifying information about potential speakers until we move into selecting the final list of speakers. We’re hoping this will help remove any unintentional biases and make our speaker selection more reflective of our community.)