Make plans for WordCamp US 2017 and 2018 in Nashville
After a 2-year debut in Philadelphia, the nation’s largest WordCamp is headed to the South.
WordCamp US will be in Nashville for 2017 and 2018. This year’s event takes place Dec. 1-3, and tickets are $40. The first 2 days have three tracks of sessions all day long, while the third day is contributor day, allowing attendees to work with different teams on WordPress development.
For those interested in WordPress, site design, content and more, this conference is perfect. I’ve heard great things about WordCamp US, and I’m excited it’ll be so close to home through 2018.
December’s event brought 1,300 campers to Philadelphia to see nearly 60 speakers. My two regrets are missing the event and not having Birmingham selected as host.
Fortunately, I can watch all the talks for free at the WordCamp US 2016 section of WordPress.tv.
I’m marking my calendar now. (For those who can’t make the trip to Nashville, a virtual ticket will be available.) Maybe I’ll even be lucky enough to be selected as a speaker.
Hope to see you there in December.
Video: WordPress founder Matt Mullenweg gives the
“State of the Word 2016” keynote at WordCamp US.