With Cincinnati’s inaugural WordCamp only two weeks away and our full schedule now available, we hope that you’re as excited as we are to learn and connect with other passionate members of the local WordPress community in the very near future. Over the past several weeks, we’ve introduced you to the speakers and sponsors you can expect to hear, share, and benefit from during the two-day event. Today we’re happy to introduce the last of the speakers and sponsors that you can expect to meet at WordCamp.
As we continue to introduce you to our speakers, we’re happy to announce that the full schedule is now available on our website. If you’re currently on the fence about whether to attend, we’re certain that in reviewing the schedule that you’ll find a number of topics that will appeal to you. Tickets remain available and we encourage you to register to attend Cincinnati’s inaugural WordCamp this October!
WordCamp Cincinnati offering WordPress 101
Do you need a website? Perhaps you have opened a business and realize you need a website. Or maybe you want to start your own blog and don’t know how to get started. WordCamp Cincinnati 2016 can help you obtain the skills necessary to build a website. WordPress 101, an introductory course on using WordPress to build websites, will be taught on Saturday, Oct. 15 at the University of Cincinnati during WordCamp Cincinnati 2016.
If you’re visiting Cincinnati for the first time while attending WordCamp Cincinnati, you may also be interested in additional attractions or events to look forward to, should you have extra time to spend before and after WordCamp.
In our Travel section, we’ve included links to two websites which serve as useful guides to the region:
The WordCamp Cincinnati organizing committee would like to wish you and your families a safe and enjoyable Labor Day weekend. We hope you find time to rest, enjoy some sports or local fireworks, spend time with your families, or simply relax and enjoy the long weekend.
On our end, things are really starting to ramp up. With our speaker submissions having closed this past week and our inaugural WordCamp a little more than a month away, we’re working harder than ever to ensure a successful event for our local WordPress community. To keep up with the latest, we encourage you to subscribe for updates using the form in the sidebar.
Tomorrow, August 31st, is the last day to submit a proposal to speak at WordCamp Cincinnati. We’ve received an assortment of wonderful proposals, and in this post and those in the coming weeks, we will continue to announce the speaker lineup for Cincinnati’s inaugural WordCamp in October. If you’re passionate about a particular topic that you’d like to share with the WordPress community, we encourage you to submit a proposal through our call for speakers submission form.
Should you be traveling to Cincinnati from out of town for the WordCamp in October, you may be starting to consider accommodations for the weekend of your stay. We have an entire section of the website dedicated to travel advice, including a list of recommended hotels detailing convenient and/or unique hotels around the venue and in Cincinnati.
We hope that you all have had an enjoyable summer. Fall is right around the corner, and there’s now less than 2 months until Cincinnati’s inaugural WordCamp on October 15th and 16th. Leading up to the event, we’ll be detailing our speaker tracks and introducing the sponsors who make our event possible. If you aren’t already receiving our posts by email, subscribe to receive updates through the form in the sidebar.