We are two weeks away from WordCamp Europe! That means there are two weeks left for final preparations, and we wanted to share as much of the information you will need as possible. Have a question that hasn’t been answered yet? Well, read on – you might find it in the text that follows. Continue reading “#WCEU is only two weeks away – let’s get ready!” →
We are happy to announce our final speaker, a dear guest and a good friend to WordCamp Europe – Matt Mullenweg, co-founder of WordPress. During his session on Saturday starting at 3 pm, Matt will be interviewed by Om Malik, founder of Gigaom. After the 30 minute interview, we will have 20 minutes for Q&A. With this final announcement, we are also happy to release the full speaker schedule for the upcoming WordCamp Europe 2017.
Please give a warm welcome to our eighth group of speakers: Boon Gorges, Andrea Middleton, Petya Raykovska, Caspar Hübinger, Jenny Wong, and Monique Dubbelman! They’ll be sharing tales of community, discussing the power that language holds, and talking about the art of communication.
This week is one of the busiest leading to WordCamp Europe. As of today, we have sold 2100 tickets and this week we’ll release the rest of the reserved tickets to bring us to the magical number of 3000 attendees. But not only that – you often asked us “when will you publish the schedule?” Well, your wait is (almost) over. We’re happy to say that the final schedule will be announced this week – as soon as we finish rolling out speaker announcements.
We’re proud to present our next group of technical talks to you. Please, extend our welcome to K. Adam White, Alain Schlesser, Ivelina Dimova, Dwayne McDaniel, and Andrew Nacin. They will cover development topics ranging from REST API to development best practices and tricks.
Our sixth group of speakers are Sarah Semark, Dmitry Mayorov, Michael Arestad, John Maeda and Morten Rand-Hendriksen; and they will talk (among other things) about design topics. Please welcome them!
It’s time to welcome our fifth group of WordCamp Europe speakers! They’ll be sharing best practices in security, performance, and development tools. Put your hands together for Borek Bernard, Otto Kekäläinen, Oleksandr Strikha, Mark Jaquith, and Miriam Schwab.
We’re happy to present the next group of lightning talks to you. Bringing their stories of contributing to the WordPress community to the WCEU stage, please welcome: Alice Still, Rahul Bansal, Marco Calicchia, Pascal Birchler, and Thabo Tswana. Continue reading “Fourth group of #WCEU speakers – Alice Still, Rahul Bansal, Marco Calicchia, Pascal Birchler, Thabo Tswana” →
Please give a standing ovation to our next group of speakers: Dario Jazbec Hrvatin, Syed Balkhi, Alexandra Draghici, Marina Pape, and Jen Miller. They are storytellers, writers, marketers, and experts in the art of communicating content on the web. Continue reading “Third group of #WCEU speakers – Dario Jazbec Hrvatin, Syed Balkhi, Alexandra Draghici, Marina Pape, Jen Miller” →
We’d like to present our next group of speakers to you. This group will cover the ever-important business side of WordPress, and what we can achieve in its ecosystem. Please welcome Heather Burns, Sasha Endoh, Tom Greenwood, Alice Orru, David Lockie, and Joshua Strebel. Continue reading “Second group of #WCEU speakers – Heather Burns, Sasha Endoh, Tom Greenwood, Alice Orru, David Lockie, Joshua Strebel” →