Over two days, there are three rooms packed with presentations plus a genius bar for one-to-one sessions with a range of WordPress experts. The deadline for content ideas hasn’t closed just yet, so for anyone that wants to present, get your ideas in now or miss your chance to speak at this year’s event.
The first draft of the running order is subject to change, but gives you an idea of what to expect.
The WordCamp is still in the early stages of development, as ticket prices and release date are yet to be confirmed, but I know I’ll be one of the first to get my ticket. In the meantime, if your residence is in the UK and you can’t wait until July for WordCamp, then check out the local WordPress groups, where anyone interested in WordPress and blogging can enjoy regular meet-ups all over the country.
If all goes to plan I will be attending, hopefully live blogging the event, and maybe even speaking in one of the rooms. So note the date and keep your eyes peeled for further updates.