WordCamp is coming to Denver for the first time, on February 28th!
I’m quite excited for the event. Joseph Scott and the crew in Utah did a great job and I think we learned a lot by attending. We’re going to stick with a lot of the things that worked in Utah, and also make a couple of changes.
(Note: the following schedule is subject to change)
For the first half of the day, everyone will be in the same room for presentations that are appropriate to the entire group. This part of the day will include the keynote by Matt Mullenweg (Matt does a terrific job on these), a presentation on WordPress 2.8 by Automattic’s Jane Wells and a design panel.
After lunch, we’ll be splitting up into two separate tracks: a technical track and a blogger track. The technical track will cover plugin and theme development in some detail1 and the blogger track will cover topics like professional blogging, personal brand and SEO.
I’ll be giving a presentation on the Carrington Theme Framework – and I need to get the new features we’ve been working on released before then. 🙂
We’ll have more details on the schedule in the near future.
Who is this for?
Bloggers, designers, developers, internet enthusiasts, and anyone interested in learning more about WordPress.
How Do I Register?
Signing up is easy – the details are here.
How Can I Help?
We need to cover costs for the venue, food, etc. and are actively looking for individuals and companies that are interested in sponsoring the event. If you’d like to do so, please get in touch.
- Something I didn’t do in my WordCamp Utah presentation because I was presenting to the entire group. [back]