I have some cool news: On Sunday the day after WordCamp San Francisco we’re going to host a WordPress developer day at the Automattic office on Pier 38. It will be Barcamp-style with no pre-announced schedule, but expect more hardcore geek content like heavy WordPress performance optimization, BuddyPress internals, an intro to Erlang, a guide to secure coding, WordPress-as-CMS discussions, and more. If there’s a topic you’d like to lead start thinking about it now, there should be plenty of room for everyone to connect. (Try to keep things local though, we’re not sure how the internet will hold up.)
The new site for WordCamp San Francisco is online, go check it out. Got some more speakers and announcements when I get back from Japan.
WordCamp Denver at the Art Museum, which was a fantastic venue.
This month there were three WordCamps around the world: WordCamp Las Vegas, WordCamp Indonesia, and WordCamp Whistler. Here’s what’s coming up in the next two months. Asterisks indicate WordCamps I’ll be attending:
- WordCamp Higher Ed NorthEast – February 2, Worcester, Massachusetts, USA
- WordCamp Paris * – February 7, Paris, France
- WordCamp Germany * – February 14, Jena, Germany
- WordCamp Education Vancouver – February 19, Vancouver, Canada
- WordCamp India * – February 21-22, New Delhi, India
- WordCamp Miami – February 22, Miami, Florida, USA
- WordCamp Denver * – February 28, Denver, Colorado, USA
- WordCamp NOLA – March 18-19, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA
If you check out the WordCamp San Francisco site you’ll see that registration is open and we’ve already announced some great speakers: Matt Cutts, Tim Ferriss, Philip Greenspun, Doug Hanna, Tara Hunt, yours truly, Andy Peatling, and Steve Souders. (More coming.) It’s going to be a killer event. Mark your calendars: May 30.
WordCamp San Francisco 2009 will be on May 30, 2009.