Presentation Topics Are Posted

A sincere “Thank You!” to everyone who submitted an application to speak at WordCamp NYC. We were truly overcome to see the response from the community – nearly 120 submissions in total! It was a challenge to choose from them, as we tried to balance a full menu of WordPress noodling with adequate air and space for all that happens in between the sessions, unplanned.

From that strong submission list we have curated an action-packed Saturday of close to 15 tracks (some are “mini-tracks” – more on that later), consisting of almost 80 individual sessions. And that is only on Saturday!

There is something for everyone in this diverse group, with presentations geared toward bloggers and developers, sysadmins and SEO-heads, designers and do-it-yourselfers, server-side ninjas and CEOs, teachers and web creatures…. basically all the great people who live and love WordPress.

If you have been waiting to see what we’d serve up before you grabbed a ticket, wait no longer my friend. Sign up for the show today, because this is a group of sessions that aims to inform. All in one place for one weekend only: WordCamp New York City!

Check out the full list of sessions.

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9 Responses to Presentation Topics Are Posted

  1. Shara Sokol says:

    I plan on attending WordCamp for the first time this June. Will you be posting days/times/locations of sessions (within Baruch) somewhere?

    • @Shara We’re still finalizing a few things before we can post the schedule, but rest assured it will be available in plenty of time before WordCamp.

  2. Marc Jaffe says:

    Howdy… I see the Saturday Schedule but do we sign up for the sessions or just show up? Thanks

  3. Marc Jaffe says:

    Hi, as you can See I commented on how do we sign up… I was told “You don’t have to register for individual sessions. Your $35 gains you admission to the entire event.” Now I see a session is filled and no more openings are available… Will someone please instruct me how this works?

    • Steve Bruner says:

      The workshop is the only session you need to register for. When Andrew replied to your question, this workshop was not scheduled yet. Your tickets gets you admission to every other session… as long as the room is not full.