Update: Wordcamp just added this great blog post with tons more info
WordCamp Sydney 2018 is happening on July 28-29 at UTS – ServerMule is all signed up as a sponsor and we’re excited to be getting involved!
We thought we’d share a bit about what to expect this year and why you might want to come along.
What is WordCamp?
WordCamp’s are the official informal events about all things WordPress organised by the community, for the community. They’re held all over the world with Sydney’s event coming up at the end of this month.
The event is being held over two days with lots of great speakers, sponsors and community members.
Great Speakers / Interesting Topics
Confirmed speakers and what they’re talking about for WordCamp Sydney 2018 are:
- Cath Hughes – Beyond the theme: Affirming the role of the designer in the WordPress ecosystem
- Elisha and Elyssa Fernandez – Be Authentic in your Content in 3 Simple Steps
- Elayna Fernandez – Take Your Blog From Blah to Bold: Create Credibility, Visibility, and Profitability
- Brendan Woods – GDPR, WordPress and You
- Brian Logan – Back to The Future (of Search)
- Chris Mundy – Building to last a long time – Leveraging WordPress for you and your customers
- Scott Commins – 5 Years of WordPress Application Development
- James Rose – Getting content from clients on time
- Kate Toon – Building profitable Facebook Groups
- Nadia Kerr – Basics of Search Engine Optimisation
- Jane Tweedy – Developing a Website Brief With Small Businesses
- Stephanie Campanella – Hire Before you Drown
- Alex Bishop – Debugging WordPress with xDebug
- Andrew Duncan – WooCommerce REST API integration
- Dee Teal – Your Client is not your Enemy: Principles and Practices to keep and build your business through better client relationships
- Luke Carbis – The Future of Web Content (an introduction to the new WordPress editor)
As you can see, there is huge range of interesting topics being covered by this years speakers.
Just $55 gets you a ticket which are available here: https://2018.sydney.wordcamp.org/tickets/
Let us know if you’re getting involved, so we can come and say hi.