WordCamp News

WordCamp Nantes in planning

Is WordPress more delicious on the banks of the Loire? This year you might just find out. Community volunteers have been approved to start planning WordCamp Nantes for 2014. If you’re in Nantes and just can’t wait to connect with other WordPress enthusiasts, check out their local monthly meetup in the meantime!

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WordCamp Russia begins planning

Russian WordPress enthusiasts, rejoice! A group of community volunteers has begun organizing a second WordCamp, to be held in Moscow. The organizing team hopes to finalize their venue soon, so subscribe to WordCamp Russia for more information and stay tuned. If you can’t wait for all that awesome, maybe you should check out their local monthly meetup.

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WordCamp Hamburg announces its schedule and plans a contributor day

WordCamp Hamburg has published its schedule, and German WordPress enthusiasts are going to be hearing some very interesting talks on June 14-15. With lots of content about internationalization and translations as well as some interesting sessions about ecommerce, typography, and theme building, we think this event will be something really memorable.

Monday June 16 will be the first official WordCamp Contributor Day in Germany. If you’re at all interested in contributing to the WordPress project, you should check it out!

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WordCamp Vancouver opens ticket sales

WordCamp Vancouver, to be held in beautiful British Columbia on July 26th, has opened registration for their developer-oriented 2014 WordCamp. If you are a new or advanced developer in or around Vancouver BC, buy your ticket now! If you’re interested in presenting at WordCamp Vancouver this year, you have until June 12 to complete your speaker application.

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WordCamp Seattle tickets still available

WordCamp Seattle has announced its keynote speakers — it’s hard to go wrong with Siobhan McKeown and Andrew Nacin — and much of its schedule, and there’s still time to get a ticket for what’s shaping up to be a really special event. Whether you’re a blogger, designer, entrepreneur, or developer, WordCamp Seattle has some inspiring content waiting for you on Saturday, June 28.

Haven’t you always wanted to contribute to WordPress? You’ll get your chance on Sunday’s Contributor Day. You might be surprised at how many different ways you can help make WordPress better, no matter your skill level.

WordCamp Seattle sells out pretty much every year, so don’t miss this chance to get in on the WordPress fun – register today!

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WordCamp Calgary opens ticket sales

WordCamp Calgary will be held on June 14th this year, and promises to be the most WordPress fun that Alberta’s seen since… since the last WordCamp Calgary! :) Speaker submissions are still open, and tickets are on sale now, so if you’re going to be anywhere near Calgary in mid-June, you should totally check it out.

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WordCamp Kansas City rescheduled for July 12

WordCamp Kansas City has rescheduled their event for July 12, as their original venue fell through. Tickets are now available and speakers will start being announced soon. Speaker submissions are still open, so if you’re interested in speaking, apply today!

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WordCamp Calgary tickets now available

WordCamp Calgary will be held on June 14 at the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology, and tickets are on sale now! If you’re in Alberta and love WordPress, don’t miss this amazing day of sharing knowledge and meeting new friends. Last year was great, and this year’s organizing team is really excited. Speaker submissions are also open, so if you’ve done something cool with WordPress that could inspire others, let them know!

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