WordCamp Boston 2012
I attended the WordCamp Boston conference this past week end July 14 and 15 at Boston University.
It was about all things WordPress and certainly lived up to the best of expectations.
It was well organized, offered some of the best content for the beginner to the most advanced coder.
Sessions were 45 minutes in length. That seems like just the right amount of time given the amount and depth that some of the presentations went into.
There were sessions on blogging, how to set up your website to load in under 4 seconds, proper coding and how to work with the wordpresss core environment.
If you wanted tasession about SEO, how to podcast, how to set up a shopping cart for ecommerce, how to use short codes; it was all there.
The quality of the presentations was very high and there was something for the beginner to the most advanced.
A lot of good information came out here and it is going to take a few days to digest all of it.
The price of the conference was super reasonable–$35. This included breakfast and lunch on Saturday.
You also got your official tee shirt and a lot of other hand outs if you were into those things.
All in all it was well worth the effort.
The venue, Boston University, was large, comfortable, well managed. Everything worked technically and there was plenty of space to network and hang out.
Take a look at the video to get an idea of the types of sessions that were offered if you are considering attending a WordCamp in your area.
And thats it.
Many thanks again to the organizers of the conference.
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