Looking to improve your knowledge of WordPress, but haven’t been able to make it to a local Meetup group or nearby WordCamp?
Here’s your opportunity to attend an online WordPress conference, without leaving your workplace.
After a brief hiatus, WordSesh returns with 12 hours of online WordPress presentations by WordPress experts and professionals.
Organized by WPSessions, this year’s WordSesh is a single-track event with WordPress experts from around the world sharing their development expertise and tips on workflow, optimization, client relationships, and more.
What You’ll Learn
From setting up your VPS to successful freelancing to improving WordPress performance and more, there’s a range of talks to capture your attention and level up your WordPress knowledge.
You’ll also have the opportunity to interact with speakers and attendees online, share your notes, and of course, make new friends!
Event Date and Registration
WordSesh kicks off July 25, 2018 at 8:00am Eastern Standard Time with each presentation beginning on the hour.
If you’re not sure when WordSesh begins for you, use their handy switch on their site to identify the start time for your time zone.
Multiple breaks are planned throughout the 12-hours for chat and time to get up and walk about before you return for the next session.
Registration is $25 for an individual ticket, pre-registration is required. Group and scholarship ticket are also available.
And don’t worry if you miss your favorite talk, recordings with captions and transcripts will be available to everyone who registers.
My Experience at WordSesh
I was able to immediately apply what I learned from the WordSesh talks to my website work.
And that’s why I highly recommend this year’s WordSesh conference to any WordPress developer, no matter your skills or experience.
Speakers and Schedule
This year’s WordSesh speakers include:
- Nathan Allotey
- Ahmad Awais
- Aaron Campbell
- Carrie Dils
- Andrea Goulet
- Helen Hou-Sandí
- Tessa Kriesel
- Chris Lema
- Mike Little
- Maura Teal
- Brad Williams
Check the schedule to find out the sessions you want to attend.
WordSesh is a can’t miss opportunity for you to expand your WordPress knowledge. As longtime readers of my blog know, I’m a huge fan of online conferences.
WordSesh makes it easy to attend their event, at your own convenience. At low cost.
And with recordings available after the event, you can can watch the sessions again and again. Sounds like a win-win situation to me!
Are you planning to attend WordSesh this week?