Thanks to sponsorship from Pantheon, the online conference can be watched for free.
One of my favorite conferences, WordSesh provides an opportunity for every WordPress user to attend a professional conference with speakers from around the world.
From the comfort of your workplace.
What is WordSesh?
Organized by WPSessions, this year’s WordSesh is a single-track event with WordPress experts from around the world sharing their expertise and lessons learned working with clients.
From exceeding customer expectations to working remotely to testing your WordPress applications and more, there’s a range of talks to capture your attention and improve your WordPress knowledge.
The online chat allows you to interact with speakers and participants, share your notes/resources, and of course, make new friends!
Event Date and Registration
WordSesh kicks off May 22, 2019 at 9:30am Eastern Time.
The schedule hasn’t been published yet (as of May 8, 2019), but I expect a similar setup to prior WordSesh events I’ve attended:
- Sessions start at the top of the hour
- Use their handy switch on their website to find the start time for your time zone
- Multiple breaks planned throughout the 14-session online conference, with time to get up and walk about before you return for the next session
- Live transcripts provided for each session
- Chat room to talk and network with speakers and attendees
While the event is free, pre-registration is required.
Don’t worry if you miss your favorite talk, recordings with captions and transcripts will be available to all registered attendees.
My Experience at WordSesh
As I’ve mentioned earlier, I’ve attended several WordSesh events in the past.
Here are my recaps from earlier WordSesh events:
- WordSesh 2018: What Clients Really Want
- WordSesh 2016: Growing Your WordPress Meetup
- WordSesh 2014: Three, The Easy Way
- WordSesh 2013: Adding Semantic Data to WordPress
What I liked about WordSesh: I immediately applied what I learned to my work projects.
That’s why I recommend the WordSesh conference to WordPress users, whether you’re a designer, developer, writer, or however you use WordPress, you’re bound to learn something new.
Speakers and Schedule
This year’s WordSesh speakers include:
- Ahmad Awais
- Brandy Lawson, FieryFX
- Carie Fisher, Deque
- Courtland Allen, IndieHackers
- Joe Casabona, Creator Courses
- Katie Sylor-Miller, Etsy
- Keri Jacoby, Sandhills Development
- Kyle Van Deusen, OGAL Web Design
- Lindsay Halsey, Pathfinder SEO
- Maedah Batool
- Michelle Wiltshire, DesignWasabi
- Rahul Bansal, rtCamp
- Shane Pearlman, Modern Tribe
- Taylor Lovett, 10up
Check the schedule to find out the sessions you want to attend.
WordSesh is a WordPress conference you don’t want to miss. They make it easy to attend, at your convenience, at no cost to you.
Since all registered participants have access to the recordings, you can watch sessions after the event.
I’ll be attending this year, join me?