WordCamp Las Vegas is coming! It’s WordCamp season and this means WordCamp events are happening all around the world. Since we love everything WordPress, we’ve decide to help sponsor WordCamp Las Vegas.
Why you ask? Well it is currently snowing in Michigan and the inviting sun of Nevada is sounding pretty good. Besides the weather, we just want to help support the WordPress community and there is no better way than to sponsor a WordCamp.
What’s the Scoop with #WCLV?
The event is taking place in Las Vegas the weekend of December 14 and 15. This year’s WordCamp marks its five-year anniversary for Las Vegas, so it should be a great event. The schedule offers two session tracks to appeal to both end users and developers, as well as some great speakers like Chris Lema, Dre Armeda, and Natalie MacLees. From usability and security to coding and theme development, this WordCamp has a lot to offer.
Why Should You Attend a WordCamp?
If you love WordPress or want to get involved with WordPress, it’s a great opportunity to learn more about WordPress and interact with the local WordPress community. Many of us don’t leave of our monitors much, so it forces us to get up and explore the world around us and the people that make that world cool.
WordCamps are informal, community-organized events that are put together by WordPress users like you. Everyone from casual users to core developers participate, share ideas, and get to know each other. WordCamps are open to WordPress.com and WordPress.org users alike.
WordCamp is about communicating and engaging with likeminded people who love graphic design, coding, and internet marketing.
Will You Be Attending?
There is still time to grab some of the last remaining tickets. Just jump on over to the official WordCamp Las Vegas website and register before the last few are gone.
We do have one free ticket to give away, so let us know if you’d like it!
If you are headed to Las Vegas, come on over and have a chat with me. One of the best parts of attending a WordCamp is meeting other WordPress users and developers.