WordCamp Sydney

WordCamp Sydney 2012 is only ONE MONTH AWAY. You know if it’s in caps it’s important.

If you’re not sure what attending a WordCamp is like, it’s similar to many other Open Source events where everyone is there because they love what they do and are passionate about the exchange and sharing of ideas.

Take our word for it, you won’t be disappointed. We’ve been to a couple and each time we’ve walked away full of beans and waiting for the next one. They have absolutely brilliant line up of speakers, check them out here.

Thanks to the awesome volunteers and sponsors, WordCamp is very affordable. Early bird tickets for the 2 day event are only $50, but you must register before 21st June 2012 to get them at that price (so that means register now).

The main event details are:

  • WordCamp Sydney
  • 21st – 22nd July 2012, from 8am – 5pm each day
  • University of Sydney, Camperdown/Darlington campus

For more information visit: http://2012.sydney.wordcamp.org/.

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There are many passionate WordPress users around the world who regularly meet up to share their enthusiasm for WordPress. One such event held regularly around various locations in Australia is WordCamp.

WordCamp is an informal gathering with a range of attendees including people who are building WordPress sites, creating plugins or designing themes.

The event brings all of these lovers of WordPress together, providing a unique opportunity for everyone to connect and learn about this great open source software from one another.

Here are the details about the next event:

What? WordCamp Sydney

When? 21st – 22nd July 2012, from 8am – 5pm each day

Where? University of Sydney, Camperdown/Darlington campus

Why? Because you love WordPress and want to learn more!

How much? WordCamp is always a very reasonably priced event thanks to volunteers and sponsors to ensure it’s accessible for everyone. Early bird tickets for the two day event are available for $50 until 21st June 2012.

For more information visit: http://2012.sydney.wordcamp.org/