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The plugin is great when you control the site. It’s the service you need when control is in someone else’s hands. That might be because you’re posting on someone else’s site. It might be because, like WordCamp sites, you are unable to install plugins.
You’re planning to attend WordCamp Toronto this year, have a ticket and now you’re thinking that a bit of preparation would be a good idea. Congratulations! You’re going to get a lot more out of the event with that in mind.
Even if you have attended a WordCamp, most of us just show up and wing it. Don’t. You’ve started to think about it so here are some tips from my experience at tech gatherings for OS launches to product introductions to user conferences such as WordCamp.
The first tip is to state the obvious. The more time spent reviewing and evaluating session choices and getting organized for WordCamp, the better the experience and more useful the content will be for you. Admittedly, speakers vary widely in the quality of their presentation descriptions. The casual nature of the event means Continue reading “5 keys to a rewarding and enjoyable WordCamp experience”
WordCamp Toronto is organized and hosted by the local WordPress community for the WordPress community and funded by the WordPress community. As such a grass-roots event, WordCamp Toronto has always relied upon the generous support of businesses. Without it, the event simply could not exist.
We are currently looking for sponsors who will help us make this year’s WCTO as great as possible! What’s in it for you, you ask? Connection with hundreds of attendees eager to learn who the players are and what each has to offer.
This year we are expecting 500 attendees at the event, which we once again are holding at Ryerson University. As a sponsor, you support the WordPress community and have Continue reading “Call for Sponsors”