Thank you, thank you, thank you!
I know i said it at least a million times over the weekend, but I am so grateful for every single person that was a part of WordCamp St. Louis in any way. I had a wonderful time and I hope all of you did as well. We’re still working on a wrapping up a few things and hope to have links to all of the speakers presentations posted in the next few days. Additionally, we’ll get the presentation up on WordCamp.tv as quick as we can so you can watch any of the presentations you weren’t able to attend.
If you’re in the St. Louis area, we hope to see you at one of our upcoming Meetups and don’t forget to follow the St. Louis WordPress community on Twitter or visit us at stlwp.org.
Once again, thank you all so much. We’ll see you next year.
We’re super-excited to let you know that everyone’s favorite Half-Elf Support Rogue will be joining us to talk about how you can fit into the WordPress community by being true to yourself. Mika will not only be joining us for the Sunday keynote, but she’ll also be helping out during the Community Day “Give Back to Core” session. This session is where you can learn how to submit plugins or themes to the repository or submit patches to WordPress Core.
For those of you who might not know Mika, we could list her achievements and interests but it would take me the better part of the day. It would probably just be easier if you checked out her website, .Org profile, or Twitter. We promise that you will be awed, inspired, and entertained.
If this sounds like a fun way to spend your Sunday, grab your ticket and be sure to follow us on Twitter or Facebook to stay up-to-date with all of our latest announcements.
We’re super excited to announce that Automatticians Konstantin Obenland & Michael Cain, hosts of the popular Cain & Obenland in the Morning podcast, will be keynoting WordCamp St. Louis this year. Some of you may remember Obenland‘s appearance on the WordCamp St. Louis rating scale last year.
This year he is returning with his co-host Michael Cain to help start off your day at WordCamp St. Louis.
We could wax on poetically about the most famous morning show in the WordPress world, but the easiest way to find out what you’re in for is to check out their site, and watch their episode from WordCamp Maine below.
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Tickets are now available for WordCamp St. Louis 2015.
WordCamp St. Louis 2015 will be held March 14-15 at Washington University. Tickets are $25 and cover both days. The first day will be filled with two tracks (Developer/User). The second day is our Community Day where we’ll give folks an opportunity to learn about how they can give back to the St. Louis and WordPress community. Tickets include a spiffy t-shirt, lunch, and attendance to the after party.
We have some great speakers lined up this year. Attractive, eloquent, funny, knowledgeable, and smart folks from across the St. Louis community will be joined by WordPressers from various corners of the globe to bring you the best WordCamp in St. Louis.
The goals of any WordCamp – but you know, ours especially – is to bring together great people and foster a community where everyone is free to learn and share. Any WordPresser – blogger, designer, developer, small business owner, writer – is welcome. We know you’ll have a great time.
Get your tickets while they last. We had over 250 attendees last year and sold out a week in advance. This year we anticipate the same!
If you can’t make it, but still want to support WordCamp in St. Louis, there are still sponsorship opportunities available!