WCSF dates announced: July 26-27 with a Dev Day 28th. For more info visit the new site: 2013.sf.wordcamp.org
WordCamp San Francisco is now but a fond memory — though you can do more than review your session notes to relive the experience. WordPress.tv has an awesome list of sessions you can watch on repeat to your heart’s content.
- There’s Pete Davies on How to run a small country using the P2 theme.
- Want to find out how to get involved in the WordPress community? Mika Esptein’s got some great advice for you.
- Into JQuery? (Who ins’t into JQuery?) Watch Andy Peatling cover some common mistakes and how to avoid them.
- Are themes your thing? You might be interested in Ryan Imel on the state of themes.
- You say plugins are more your speed? Watch Kurt Payne’s talk, the foundation of fast plugins.
Check out the full list of WordCamp San Francisco sessions.
Thanks to everyone: the speakers, the sponsors, the volunteers, and the attendee – in-person or live stream – for such a great WordCamp SF! We hope everyone had as much fun as we did.
Need to hire a WordPress pro for full-time, part-time, freelance, or contract work?
Need a full-time, part-time, freelance, or contract job working with WordPress?
Check out the Jobs Board, located on the main floor near Registration. We’ll have a large whiteboard where employers can post jobs and job seekers can jot down the details to help you both find that employment match made in heaven.
Bluehost is proud to be a “California Street” sponsor of WordCamp San
Bluehost was founded in 2003 with the goal of building a better hosting
company and bringing the power of the web to small businesses. It was
built on open source software, and open source continues to be the
backbone of the products and services that Bluehost provides to its
customers. Since then, Bluehost has grown to host more than one million
websites for businesses, organizations, and individuals.
The Bluehost team recognizes the role that open source has played in its
own growth, as well as in the success of its customers, and is committed
to giving back to the open source communities in which it participates.
This year, Bluehost has given back to the WordPress community through
its new Bluehost Open Source Solutions (BOSS) program. The BOSS program
has not only sponsored WordPress events and made financial contributions
to the community, but has also hired full-time programmers to work
exclusively on the core of WordPress, built a series of free training
videos to help WordPress users get started, and has provided statistics
to the WordPress developers so that they can learn more about how
WordPress is being deployed by end users.
To learn more about how Bluehost’s BOSS program gives back to open
source communities, visit BOSS today.
The WCSF fun doesn’t stop when the sessions are over! This year’s after party will take place immediately following closing remarks: 6:30-10pm at Project 1 Lounge. Big thanks to VaultPress and PEER 1 Hosting for co-hosting the after party!
Project 1 Lounge is located at 251 Rhode Island St (between 15th and 16th). From the WCSF venue, it’s just a 10 minute walk up 16th Street on level ground. Tasty snacks, beverages, and beats will be provided in a lounge and art gallery where you can catch up with your WordPress friends, new and old. Please note the venue is 21 and over.
Your WCSF badge will be *required* to gain access to the party, so make sure you don’t ditch it as we won’t have a list of attendees at the door.
We’re thrilled to announce that Media Temple is a “Coit Tower” level sponsor of WordCamp San Francisco, 2012.
(mt) Media Temple is a web hosting and cloud services provider headquartered in Los Angeles, California. Since 1998, they have provided businesses and consumers around the world with professional-class service to host websites, applications, virtual servers, email, and other rich internet content. Their infrastructure serves approximately 100,000 customers and over 1 million websites in top-tier datacenters on the east and west coasts of the United States.
WCSF is just a few days away! We can’t wait to see you and want to provide some logistics details to help you get where you need to be on Saturday.
There are two parking options at Mission Bay Conference Center/ USCF Mission Bay Campus – surface lots and parking garages. Both are paid parking. Surface lot parking is $2.50 for all day Saturday. Parking garages are $3.50 per hour, however you may purchase a discounted parking voucher at the Special Registration table in the Fisher Atrium (street level) for $16.80. The voucher is valid for all day parking in the garages that charge by the hour. Click here to see locations of the parking lots and garages and view additional information about parking.
If you would like to use public transportation we have provided details for getting to Mission Bay Conference Center from downtown SF. Click here to see full details and a map of downtown with BART/MUNI stations displayed.
Click here to get driving directions to Mission Bay Conference Center from wherever you’re coming from.