I’m proud to announce our second batch of speakers for WordCamp Philly 2014. We’re getting really excited about all the session ideas you all are sending in and are certain that everyone will really get a lot out of these talks.
Our second round is comprised of Chris Van Patten (@ChrisVanPatten), Ben Lobaugh (@benlobaugh), Rami Abraham (@ramiabraham), Jared Novack (@jaredNova), Matt Banks (@mattbanks), Karen Arnold (@karenalma), Deborah Beckett, and Elizabeth Urello.
Speaker applications are still open, so please keep sending in your talk ideas!
We’re very excited to announce that tickets for WordCamp Philly 2014 are now on sale! We’ve already started rolling out details of the speakers for the weekend, and now we’re making tickets available.
Tickets for Saturday
Tickets for Saturday are only $20.00.
Saturday is the primary day, full of learning opportunities. A total of four tracks, held in the very cool facilities at the University of the Arts Gershman Hall will be on offer for attendees:
- Power User
Tickets for All Weekend
Weekend Full Access Tickets (Saturday & Sunday) are a hugely reasonable $25.00.
The Sunday Developer Day will be held in a smaller venue — we’re still finalizing the location arrangements. This day will be less session-based and more hands-on hacking. Don’t think you’re an expert developer? No worries! Dev Day is also for designers, developers and WordPress users who want to learn from some of the most talented people around. The agenda will include:
- How to Contribute to WordPress Core
- Submitting Plugins to the WordPress.org Directory
- And More!
Both ticket options will get you into the After Party on Saturday night.
Don’t wait another second to register as tickets are bound to sell very quickly!
Buy Your Tickets Now!
I’d like to announce our first batch of speakers for WordCamp Philly: Joe Casabona (@jcasabona), Courtney Robertson (@courtneyengle), Zoe Rooney (@zoe_rooney), Tim McKenna (@azraelgroup), Tracy Rotton (@taupecat), Dave Ross (@csixty4) and Tracy Levesque (@LilJimmi).
Speaker applications are still open, so feel free to apply, too!
WordCamp Philly 2014 planning is well underway! We have finalized major aspects of the event and tickets will be going on sale very soon! Now, we would like to reach out to YOU!
Has WordPress enriched your life or business? Do you love the local Philadelphia WordPress community and hope to see it grow? Would you like to show your support for WordPress? If you answered yes, we would like to ask you to help make WordCamp Philly truly awesome by sponsoring the event!
WordCamps are simply not possible without the generous sponsorships provided by companies and individuals in the community. Joining this list shows your support for the community and gets your brand in front of a captive and targeted audience. Sponsoring WordCamp Philly is really a great investment for you to consider.
Thank you in advance for all your support! Your sponsorships go a long way in helping make a great event! Visit our sponsorship page to see what is included in our sponsorship packages. If you have any questions feel free to contact us directly!
We are now accepting speaker applications for WordCamp Philly 2014! WordCamp Philly brings together writers, designers, developers, small business owners, entrepreneurs, and educators from all across the Greater Philadelphia area. We’re looking to build a program packed with amazing presentations which reflects the diversity of the Philadelphia WordPress community, and we want you to be a part of it!
If you are interested in speaking please submit your speaker application.
Hang in there! This WordCamp site is in early planning. Check back soon for more information.