With less then a week to go until the #WCTO, we are thrilled to share the latest buzz with you!
This year, the conference will be held at the Humber College’s Lakeshore Campus, 19 Colonel Samuel Smith Park Drive, Toronto, Ontario, Canada M8V 4B6 on the 15th&16th of November.
Unfortunately, all the tickets have been sold out. However, there are still ways to attend if you want to.
Or you can become a volunteer, which will give you a chance to become more involved in the WordPress community, meet important and interesting people and learn a lot about WordPress. Plus, you will have the satisfaction of giving back to that same awesome community. If all that is not enough, you will also have a free lunch for both days and an amazing T-shirt! To find more information on how to apply for a volunteering position, click here.
We have also heard that one of the sponsors and organizers, NYTO Group, are giving away one ticket for free! You just have to send them your contact information and your T-shirt size and you will be entered into a drawing. The winner will be announced on Friday, November 14th, 2014.
Don’t worry if you can’t make it to the event. The organizers will have all the sessions recorded and posted on the WordCamp Toronto 2014 website for you to watch at your own convenience.
Although the speaker lineup and schedule have not been finalized yet, this year’s speaker list for WordCamp Toronto 2014 will feature an incredible array of WordPress experts sharing their knowledge and experience with you. Check out the schedule often, as the speakers and sessions are updated regularly.
Something new this year at WordCamp Toronto is a series featuring local talent, each of whom will be presenting their plugins on Saturday & Sunday. You can find more information about it here.
The last, but perhaps the most important, is that WordCamp Toronto 2014 is introducing A11y this year and one whole track will be dedicated to the accessibility. It is an extremely important subject and it is the hope of the organizers that the time dedicated to this topic will demonstrate its seriousness to developers working on websites.
We will, of course, attend the conference and will keep you posted about all the news and updates.
Afterwards, we would love to hear your thoughts regarding the WordCamp and what you liked or disliked at #WCTO!