WordCamp is descending on Raleigh, speaker lineup emerges

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WordCamp is descending on Raleigh North Carolina again this year, with the main event taking place over the course of two days, May 21 and 22. This year’s speakers were highlighted in an announcement posted by organizer Steve Mortiboy. There are 19 fantastic speakers listed right now, including:

  • Aaron Jorbin of Clearspring,
  • Douglas Hanna and John Ford of Automattic,
  • Chris Jean and Ronald Huereca of iThemes, and
  • Brad Williams of WebDevStudios

The presentations will be spread over three tracks: one for users, one for super users, and another for developers. Right now there are seven presentations scheduled for each track and WordPress Core Developer Andrew Nacin will be the keynote speaker.

For those looking for more reasons to attend: what more could you want? Candy?

I’m also happy to say that WPCandy will very much be at WordCamp Raleigh, thanks to the generosity of the smart folks behind the recently released Group Deals plugin who are powering WPCandy to attend. Who else will be attending WordCamp Raleigh this year, and what are you most looking forward to?

2 thoughts on “WordCamp is descending on Raleigh, speaker lineup emerges

  1. Yea great venture but i cant be there…too far away. I’m going to be in Europe that time. Such events should also be done online to enable participation other people who cant come (at least Second Life or something similar…). Why not? Is it so difficult?

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