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WordCampers!!! We are only DAYS from WordCamp Chicago 2011! Can you believe it’s here already? We want this to be one of the most valuable (and priceless) experiences related to WordPress you’ve ever experienced. Oh, and we want it to be fun for you too =)
Below you’ll find many of the details you’ll need to prepare yourself for the event. If we’re missing anything, shoot an email to email@example.com and we’ll make sure we get it covered.
Table of Contents
- Getting to WordCamp and related events
- What you should bring to WordCamp (ticket?)
- What you should make sure you DO before WordCamp
- Will and refreshments, snacks, or lunch be provided?
- Will there be free wi-fi?
- When are the parties?
- Get event badges
- See the schedule
- Twitter hashtag
What are the approximate times of the event? Both Saturday and Sunday registration will begin around 8am. Sessions will begin around 9am and we will wrap up around 4pm. Will any food or drinks be served? Pending ticket sales and … Continue reading Preliminary Event Details
This post is part of a series that we’ll present on the WordCamp Chicago website highlighting local WordPress users and developers’ stories. From bloggers to hackers, we are all a valuable part of the community and have something to share … Continue reading Midwest WordPress Community Member Story | Becky Davis of Becky Davis Design
It’s been a week since WordCamp Chicago 2010 ended and I, personally, have yet to really put thoughts and pictures together from the event – but it was a great success….and one that we are definitely going to repeat next … Continue reading A Great Big THANK YOU!
H/T: @MichaelTorbert (via: MichaelTorbert.com) By the way – GoDaddy sponsored a portion of our WordCamp event in Chicago this year – which we greatly appreciated! They sent us 500+ swag bags that we filled up with goodies for our attendees. … Continue reading What happens when @GoDaddy gives us the balls to show @CoryMiller303 our appreciation??
WordPress Fist Pumping at WordCamp Chicago 2010 from Brad Williams on Vimeo. Brad Williams owns WebDevStudios and presented his topic, Now That’s What I Call WordPress Security – 2010 Edition, on Day One of WordCamp Chicago. Thanks for the vid, … Continue reading Brad Williams ( @williamsba ) Got the Crowd Pumped on Day One of #WCChicago