WCEU is one of the most anticipated WordCamps, with the first 1700 tickets to the event selling out six months in advance, prompting organizers to seek a larger venue. Now, with a new capacity of 2200, and tickets to the event almost sold out, WordCamp Europe is slated to be the largest WordCamp to date.
Due to the limited venue space, not to mention the other barriers — like visas, costs, and travel — not everyone is fortunate enough to be heading to Vienna this summer. Fortunately, the live stream will be available throughout the entire event on June 24 and June 25.
“So on June 24th and 25th just sit back, relax, and tune into the live streaming from Vienna,” Raykovska said. “All three tracks of our schedule will be streamed, giving you a way to switch between talks faster than people who’ll actually be in the MuseumQuartier!”
WordCamp Europe goes for two days and features three different tracks, all of which you will be able to stream for free. The full schedule is out and includes talks like WordPress: The Early Years by Mike Little, Internalizing The New York Times by Scott Taylor, and From Blogger to WordPress Core Contributor by Pascal Birchler.
Contributor Day, a day where developers can get together and just work, will be held on June 26. This is a great way for first-time contributors to get involved or for experts to learn new tricks. It is a safe space to learn and grow as a developer. You can sign up for Contributor Day here.
If you want to physically attend the conference, there are just a few tickets left, so act fast!