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Register Now for WordCamp US in Philadelphia!

I’d say yes to traveling to San Francisco, which is not that far away from me as I’m not far from Victoria or Vancouver, but traveling to Philadelphia is too far for me. What about you? Will you be attending WordCamp US? If not, then would you consider attending a WordCamp held near to where you live? Why or why not?

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We’re less than a month away from the inaugural WordCamp US, the largest WordPress conference in the world. Join us in Philadelphia for two days of informative sessions and stimulating conversations with everyone from blogging newbies to the most experienced WordPress developers in the world. WCUS will be on December 4–5 (with Contributor Day on the 6th), in Center City at the Pennsylvania Convention Center.

In previous years, WordCamp San Francisco has acted as the official annual WordPress conference, where WordPress co-founder Matt Mullenweg gives the “State of the Word,” sharing the latest WordPress developments, answering questions from the audience, and offering his thoughts on what’s next for WordPress — and the future of the web. This year’s “State of the Word” will happen at WCUS!

State of the Word at WordCamp SF 2014 Matt Mullenweg at WordCamp SF in 2014. Image by Sheri Bigelow.

The event is packed with two tracks of sessions plus lightning talks…

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4 thoughts on “Register Now for WordCamp US in Philadelphia!

  1. Timethief as I review the speakers list I get the impression the WordCamp is primarily for coders and wranglers. Is that accurate? Since I live less than two hours from Philly I had considered attending but now not sure.

    • I have never been to a WordCamp. My impression gained from those who have attended and who have shared their experience with me as well as from what I can glean online is that the majority of those who attend are self hosting software installs which they rely on to make their living from.

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