Last year WordCamp Nashville shared the stage with WordCamp New Zealand – held same day, separated by continents and cultures but united in appreciation of WordPress.
In 2013 the stage is split three ways. On April 20, Nashville, Seoul (Korea) and Slovakia all host WordCamps.
Several WordCamp Nashville organizers just returned from WordCamp Atlanta. So far this year newbies, experienced users, designers and developers have organized and attended WordCamps in Copenhagen, Pune (India), Jerusalem, Baroda (India) Phoenix, Paris, Mexico.
Miami; San Diego; Minneapolis; Melbourne (Australia); Ottawa; North Canton, Ohio; Reno; Nicaragua and Transylvania host their WordCamps later this spring.
Hundreds of events take place each year across the globe. A $20 ticket is about so much more than Nashville WordCamp 2013, though we’re thrilled to host you. The international WordPress community is generous, inclusive and growing. With input from local organizers, WordCamp.org sets standards and guidelines to keep these grassroots events about WordPress, learning and sharing best practices and new tricks with the world’s best open-source content management system.
The events are hugely popular. Many sell out.
To get an idea of the types of sessions typically seen at WordCamps, check out the WordCamp channel at WordPress.tv
And grab your ticket to WordCamp Nashville while you can.