WordCamp

WordCamp Ottawa 2016

REGISTER FOR WORDCAMP OTTAWA 2016 AT: http://2016.ottawa.wordcamp.org/register.

WordCamp Ottawa 2016 will feature over 30 sessions in 3 tracks covering topics for all levels of WordPress user, from beginner to developer.  You can sit in on any session(s) in any track(s) you wish, even hopping between tracks, there are no restrictions as to which sessions you attend.

Content Creators”: presentations that will help users that create content in WordPress sites.

Site Creators”: content for those who are more experienced users, but not necessarily designers or developers.

Code Creators”: for designers or developers, including topics about site set-up, theme design, plugin development, best practices for development, and more.

Add in the “Happiness Bar” where you can get one on one help with your WordPress questions, and all together we’ll have about 50 talented people, many from our own WordPress community, and others from as far away as Vancouver, presenting to you the latest and greatest for WordPress.

Register now for the friendliest and finest WordPress event in the nation’s capital!

REGISTER FOR WORDCAMP OTTAWA 2016 AT: http://2016.ottawa.wordcamp.org/register. You may indicate your intent to attend by RSVP’ing here, but YOU WILL NOT BE REGISTERED for WordCamp.  You must register at the WordCamp site.

WordCamp Montreal 2015

Heading to Montreal for WordCamp? Use this event to coordinate with other Ottawa WordPressers!

Don’t forget: You’ll need to register for WordCamp Montreal separately. RSVP’ING TO THIS MEETUP DOES NOT GET YOU TICKETS!

WordCamp Montreal is an annual, volunteer-run conference that’s all about WordPress, the world’s most popular content management system (CMS).

WordCamp Montreal is taking place on July 4th and 5th at Concordia University (the Sir George Williams Campus).  Cost $40.

All details can be found at  https://montreal.wordcamp.org/2015/

WordCamp Toronto 2014

WordCamp Toronto is an annual, volunteer-run conference that’s all about WordPress, the world’s most popular content management system (CMS).

WordCamp Toronto is for anyone interested in WordPress.

Our goal at WordCamp Toronto is to showcase, connect, and inspire all WordPress users from around Toronto (and beyond), regardless of experience or skill level.

We’re still in the early planning stages, but you can expect a mix of:

  • Educational presentations & project showcases.
  • Insightful panel discussions on a variety of topics.
  • Hands-on workshops that dive into using WordPress.
  • Plenty of opportunities to meet new people and chat about WordPress.

Full details at: http://2014.toronto.wordcamp.org/welcome/

WordCamp Ottawa 2014

REGISTER FOR WORDCAMP OTTAWA 2014 AT: http://2014.ottawa.wordcamp.org/register. You may indicate your intent to attend by RSVP’ing here, but YOU WILL NOT BE REGISTERED for WordCamp.  You must register at the WordCamp site.

WordCamp Ottawa 2014 will feature 40 sessions in 3 tracks, over 2 days. (you can sit in on any session(s) in any track(s) you wish, even hopping between tracks, there are no restrictions as to which sessions you attend)

“Content Creators” with presentations that will help users that create content in WordPress sites.

“Site Creators” with content for those who are more experienced users, but not necessarily designers or developers.

“Code Creators” will include presentations for designers or developers about site set-up, theme design, plugin development, best practices for development, and more.

See the speaker lineup at: Speakers

See the sessions at: Sessions, and Sessions, Tracks and Schedule Explained.

Add in the “Happiness Bar” where you can get one on one help with your WordPress questions, and all together we’ll have about 50 talented people, many from our own WordPress community, and others from as far away as Vancouver, presenting to you the latest and greatest for WordPress.

Don’t miss this great event! Register now!

WordCamp Toronto 2013

WordCamp Toronto (WCTO) is an annual conference dedicated to WordPress, the world’s most popular content management system (CMS). Websites around the globe are powered by WordPress, and WordPress itself is built and maintained by a dedicated community of international volunteers.

WordCamp Toronto 2013 is bringing together WordPress groups from the cities of Toronto, Mississauga, and beyond. 400 WordPress enthusiasts, and over 30 sessions — including workshops, panels, and more — will make this a Weekend of WordPress like Toronto has never seen before.

Are you new to WordPress? A seasoned pro? It doesn’t matter! WordCamp Toronto is the place to be for anyone interested in learning more about WordPress. We do our best to facilitate everyone, regardless of their experience level. If you leave knowing more than you did coming in, then we’ve done our job!

October 5th & 6th, Only $30!

http://2013.toronto.wordcamp.org/welcome/