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.
Check out the full list of WordCamp San Francisco sessions.
General Admission tickets for WordCamp San Francisco are sold out, though that doesn’t mean you can’t be part of the action. Live stream tickets are still available – you’ll be able to watch the sessions from anywhere you choose, live on the internet.
There are two different live stream options:
- Live stream with T-Shirt ($18)
- Live stream without T-Shirt ($10)
Get your live stream ticket today!
If you purchase tickets (or have already purchased tickets) for the live stream, login details will be emailed to you on Friday, August 3rd.
WordPress is all about community. We are into people helping people, sharing knowledge, asking questions, and getting a friendly, knowledgeable answer.
Bring your WordPress questions to the Happiness Bar, which will run all day at WordCamp San Francisco (except during Matt Mullenweg’s State of The Word address). The Happiness Engineers can answer all your questions, and even help you troubleshoot WordPress issues. Of course, this is a free service—free like a bird! Smiles and thanks are always welcome. Looking forward to seeing you there!
Right on! We’ve just published the schedule for WordCamp San Francisco 2012. Now it’s decisions, decisions: which sessions will you attend?
The block of General Admission tickets released on Thursday, June 28th at 12 noon Pacific time have sold out. There are still lots of live stream tickets available, with or without t-shirts, though! Please subscribe to this site via email to get all the latest news about WordCamp San Francisco 2012.
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Ticketing for WordCamp San Francisco is now open! Tickets are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Don’t delay–get yours today.
There are two types of tickets available to WCSF: general admission and live stream. The general admission ticket ($20) admits you to WCSF and includes a fantastic BBQ lunch, and a T-shirt. The live stream ticket ($18 with or $10 without a T-shirt) allows you to enjoy the conference online from wherever you are in the world. Click here to get your tickets for WordCamp San Francisco.
WordCamp San Francisco is Saturday, August 4, 2012 at Mission Bay Conference Center. Tickets are non-refundable and non-transferable.
New to working with WordPress, and you’re not exactly sure what a WordCamp is? A WordCamp is a low-cost or no-cost event, usually held on a weekend where WordPress enthusiasts can get together to meet one another, and learn more about how to get the most out of WordPress.
In 2011, WordCamp San Francisco (WCSF) was one of 52 WordCamps held around the world. WordCamps are held from Austin, Texas to Auckland, New Zealand. The atmosphere is friendly and relaxed and everybody has at least one thing in common: a love of WordPress.
At WordCamp San Francisco, were were fortunate to have a great line up of speakers in 2011. The finale, each year at WCSF is the State of the Word address, where Matt Mullenweg, co-founding developer of WordPress, talks about upcoming WordPress developments and answers questions from the audience. If you didn’t get a chance to see the State of the Word last year, here’s a recording of Matt’s talk.
Looking forward to seeing you at WordCamp San Francisco, 2012!