Videos for all of WordCamp Denver’s 2016 sessions have now been published on WordPress TV.
Whether you missed a session you wanted to see, wanted to rewatch one, or even if you couldn’t make it out to Denver this year and wanted to see what you missed out on, all 22 session videos are now available for your viewing pleasure.
A big piece of having successful content at WordCamp Denver is continually being able to attract awesome speakers year after year by providing useful feedback to them about how they’re doing.
In fact, we happen to know that our speakers love feedback, so please take a moment for each presentation you attend and let them know how they’re doing. We’ve made an effort to keep the feedback form simple and short, limiting it to five or six questions only.
Was the talk cohesive? Were there any bumps that could’ve been smoothed out? Did you really get something out of the talk or feel like something was missing? General comments? All constructive feedback is welcome.
Leave Speaker Feedback
After a wildly successful debut at last year’s WordCamp Denver, we’ve decided to bring CritiquePress back to the session line up this year.
CritiquePress is a rapid-fire panel where you can get real-time feedback on your submitted website. Following each critique, the audience will have an opportunity to follow up with questions.
We’ve brought together another rockstar cast to host CritiquePress this year, including WordPress design team member Sonja Leix and local UX aficionado Meg Delagrange.
Continue reading “CritiquePress is back – Submit your site for review”
In case you missed it, we’ve been awfully busy the last couple of weeks preparing for WordCamp. After we finished announcing our speakers and session schedule last week, we promptly sold out of the Mt. Evans and Pikes Peak level sponsorships.
Tickets also really started selling like wildfire too. So much so, in fact, that we actually sold out last night.
Not to worry though! As luck would have it, we still have a block of tickets we reserved for pending speakers and volunteers that we’ve decided to release. This is the final opportunity to obtain a WordCamp Denver ticket.
Seriously. Don’t wait. This is really it, your absolute last chance to score a seat before they’re all gone for good.
You really can’t beat a value like $40 for an entire weekend of WordPress learning + lunch + swag + a networking event for the entire conference + an after party. Join us and see what all the buzz is about! We keep our WordCamps small in Denver for a reason 🙂
Get your Ticket Now
By the way, if you’re interested in making a more substantial contribution to WordCamp Denver, look no further than the $250 Mount Bierstadt micro-sponsorship available on the tickets page, or for more on traditional sponsorship levels, visit the Become a Sponsor page. There are still a few sponsor slots left, and you won’t want your organization to miss out.
We’re pleased as punch to introduce our final round of speakers for WordCamp Denver, and along with that, the full sessions schedule. In case it wasn’t obvious yet, we’re incredibly proud of the rockstar cast of speakers we’ve pulled together this year.
We’ve brought together talks on growth and marketing, development, design, business, eCommerce, and more. So whether you’re a WordCamp Denver veteran or this is your first WordCamp ever, we think the schedule has something for you.
View the Full Schedule
If you haven’t purchased your ticket yet, we don’t recommend waiting too much longer. Ticket sales have been picking up the last week or so and we fully expect to sell out, so get your tickets today.
Let’s meet our final group of speakers:
Continue reading “Introducing our final round of speakers … and the full schedule!”