WordCamp Reno-Tahoe 2011 is on the books, accepting registrations and speakers

1 Comment

WordCamp Reno-Tahoe is on for another event this year, making 2011 Reno’s third annual WordCamp. The event will take place June 4 and 5, and based on our tireless investigative journalism we’ve discovered: it’s likely to be pretty warm out there.

Past WordCamps in Reno have welcomed the likes of Matt Mullenweg and Merlin Mann, two names that most of us blogging dorks probably recognize. Organizer Chelsea Otakan is still looking for speakers for this year’s event, and will accept proposals up until April 10th.

WordCamp Reno-Tahoe’s website has moved over to WordPress.org this year, so head over there to reserve your spot if you’re interested. Tickets are now $30, or $40 if you wish to attend Sunday’s Theme Workshop or Blogger Bootcamp. Details are scarce right now, but it sounds like both are four hour blocks of time where really smart people will teach you things you might now know. You can count on that.

WordCamps can be a lovely excuse to visit a city you’ve never been to before. This year’s WordCamp Reno-Tahoe 2011 is no different: who doesn’t want to spend a couple of tech-filled days in the desert? If it works out, WPCandy will definitely be there. Just a reminder: we rely on folks like you powering not only WPCandy, but our coverage of future WordCamps.

So who will be trekking out into the desert this year for a WordCamp? Let us know in the comments.

One thought on “WordCamp Reno-Tahoe 2011 is on the books, accepting registrations and speakers

Comments are closed.