WordCamp Brisbane 2015 has been announced! May 30/31st at QUT in Gardens point. It seems like just yesterday that I wrote a post, but the reality is that the last few posts on this site have been WordCamp announcements.. Although I missed announcing WordCamp Sydney 2014, I’m happy to say, I’ve not missed my chance to post about WordCamp Brisbane 2015 :) What is a WordCamp?
WordCamps are casual, locally-organized conferences covering everything related to WordPress, the free and open source personal publishing software that powers over 75 million sites on the web. – http://central.wordcamp.org/about/
WordCamps are attended by people ranging from blogging newbies to professional WordPress developers and consultants, and usually combine scheduled programming with unconference sessions and other activities. – http://central.wordcamp.org/about/
What should I expect from a WordCamp? For more information about what to expect from a WordCamp, check out WordCamp Centra’s What to Expect page.
Yep, It’s happening again (already??) WordCamp Melbourne is a go for April 27th/28th. Go register to attend, to speak, and spread the word. Word.
Please note: I’m not a WordCamp Sydney organiser, Any questions related to WordCamp Sydney should be directed towards their contact form. If you’re interested in WordPress in Sydney, also check out the WordPress Sydney meetup group.
So I don’t blog often, it’s a bad habit of mine, but it doesn’t mean I don’t love WordPress any less!
The number of WordPress professionals in Australia is forever increasing, how many are there? We don’t know – but what we do know, is that every time a WordCamp is held in Australia that up to 200 people jump at the opportunity to come out and meet other WordPress users, Designers, Developers, and even some of the crew who make using WordPress possible.
So I’m glad to be able to say, 2012 has brought with it yet another WordCamp, WordCamp Sydney, which is being held at the University of Sydney in July. I’m glad to be able to say I’ll be there, well really, I have to say, I’m rather looking forward to it!
(Did you know that the 2nd WordCamp to ever be held in Australia was WordCamp Australia held in Sydney in 2008?).
There’s not too much longer until the WordCamp is on top of us, so head over and check out their new site, talk to your friends about it, mention it to colleagues, friends and family, anyone who you think would be interested in a weekend of WordPress goodness – and don’t forget, WordCamp’s are not just for developers, they’re for users, designers and even those who don’t use WordPress, but are interested in the digital web we all work in.
Just a quick update for those of you who subscribe via RSS! I’d just like to remind you all that WordCamp Gold Coast has been announced (And will take place on Nov 5th & 6th at Bond University), and not only that, but is also open for ticket sales, accepting speaker nominations, and seeking sponsorship!. If you’re interested in WordCamp going-ons, please subscribe the the WordCamp Gold Coast RSS Feed.