WordCamp Miami kicks off in only a few more days and it’s looking to be pretty awesome. This will by my first year in Miami for WordCamp (I’m a previous and future speaker at WordCamp Austin) and I can’t wait.
With 33 speakers, 47 sessions, lightning talks, keynotes, and a host of other activities it promises to be an epic feast of WordPress knowledge and networking.
There’s so much going on it’s hard to decide what I’m looking forward to most but here’s my pick for top 3 events so far.
1. Sunday’s Business Track
So many folks can code, design, write, etc but it takes a special kind of skill to put it all together in a package that can pay the bills.
Anchored with big-leagers such as Chris Lema and Andrew Norcross (amongst many others) Sunday’s business track looks to be a wealth of knowledge for anyone who is trying to take their WordPress skills to the next level.
2. The Developer Track
Always the staple of any good WordCamp, the Developer Track on Saturday looks to be another winner with those of you who have more under-the-hood WordPress skills.
With 9 sessions covering plugin development, and scaling WordPress to the next level both would-be and experienced developers should find plenty of tidbits to take home and make use of.
3. The Networking Party
What WordCamp would be complete without a good party? WordCamp Miami’s gets right down to some real business with a Networking Party Saturday night at Finnegan’s River. This is where attendees can look forward to getting to talk with the folks most of us have only read about in blogs like this.
While there might be no official program, networking with the speakers and other attendees can be one of the most rewarding aspects of the weekend and I for one plan to take full advantage of it.
Can’t Make it to WordCamp Miami?
If you can’t be in Miami this weekend or didn’t get in the running early enough for a ticket fear not. I’ll be live blogging the whole thing right here on WP Daily.
So check back this weekend as we bring WordCamp to you (minus food and beverages).
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