WordCamp Manchester is returning to it’s regular venue, the Manchester Metropolitan University’s Business School Building on Saturday the 27th October. It’s the only WordCamp running in the north of England this year.
The schedule for the conference day has been announced with topics for the talks including accessibility, SEO, security, managing clients, design and (of course) the new WordPress editor – Gutenberg. There will be two tracks on the day, with 7 talks in each along with a lightning talk session per track. Between talks, there will be a chance to network with the other attendees and meet the sponsors in the sponsor area.
Tickets for the conference are priced at £35 which includes refreshments, lunch and an invite to the after party (which will be held at the MMU Students Union building).
There is also a contributor day being held on Sunday 28th October at Ziferblat in the Northern Quarter. Tickets to contributor day are also available and are free, again food and lunch are provided. First time contributors are particularly welcome.
There are also opportunities still available to sponsor WordCamp Manchester.
We are just a fortnight away from the inaugural WordCamp Bristol!
Join us on 13-14 May 2017 at the Watershed on Bristol Harbourside to enjoy a weekend of insightful talks and networking with friendly WordPress users, developers and designers from across the UK and all over the world.
Tickets are selling fast and we only have a handful left. We recommend you reserve yours today to avoid disappointment – we expect to sell out! Find out who else will be attending here.
Our speakers are listed online and the schedule is now available. Talks cover practical and technical advice, business insight, content writing, and valuable experience from the WordPress community. On each day of the two day event, there are two parallel streams of topics for you to choose between. You can learn more about the talks by visiting our sessions page.
During the event, you can also visit the exhibition to meet our generous sponsors. Their support has helped to make WordCamp Bristol a reality because we were able to keep the ticket price low and ensure the event remained inclusive and accessible for all.
Thanks to our awesome volunteer team, we are setting up a Happiness Bar. This is a place for any WordPress related questions or queries, however simple or complex. Attendees are also welcome to join in and provide support, review code and give back to the community.
In addition to a packed schedule, we’re hosting an after-party on Saturday evening. This will take place at the Watershed – i.e. the same location as the event, so you’re not wandering round a strange city trying to find a different venue.
Key information about travel and accommodation can be found on our Visiting Bristol page, and our team of volunteers will be able to give a helping hand for anyone unfamiliar with the city. Get in touch for more information.
We’ll be posting regular news and updates on our Twitter account. Follow us: @wordcampbristol and join the conversation: #WCBRS
The organisers of WordCamp Bristol are delighted to announce that the schedule has just been published.
We have a fantastic range of speakers presenting a diverse selection of talks over two tracks and two days.
WordCamp Bristol will be held over the weekend of 13/14 May 2017.
Check out the schedule: https://2017.bristol.wordcamp.org/schedule/
Tickets are still available: https://2017.bristol.wordcamp.org/tickets/
We hope to see you there!
Ahoy there me hearties! We would love to welcome you aboard the good ship WordCamp Bristol as we set off on our maiden voyage.
Don’t be a landlubber, splice the mainbrace and come join us in sailing the seas of WordPress for an entire weekend.
We’re all gathering harbourside in the Watershed Media Centre over the weekend of 13/14 May 2017.
Keep a weatherly eye on our news feed, or follow us on Twitter for a crows nest view of all the developments leading up to launch.
See you there!
WordCamp London 2017 is well underway and we’re speeding into sixth gear as we approach the 9 weeks left until showtime!
We’ll be cross-posting information from the 2017 website to this site, but here are some of our most important announcements in the past weeks:
Please don’t hesitate to share and re-post announcements from our Twitter page too!
Thanks everyone 🙂