Speaking at WordCamp Norway 2013

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In 2011 I spoke at zero WordCamps. In 2012 I spoke only at WordCamp Sofia. One of my goals for 2013 is to speak at five different WordCamps, and it all starts as early as January with WordCamp Norway.

WordCamp Norway is January 26th in Oslo, and I’m really excited since I’ve never been anywhere near Norway. Flight tickets ready and hotel booked, the only thing remaining is the presentation. I’ll have a 25 minute slot and will probably be talking about tips and tricks to make you a better WordPress theme developer. If you’re not attending, you’ll most likely be able to catch all the talks on WordPress.tv¬†after the event.

I haven’t made any specific plans about the other four WordCamps, so if you’re organizing one in your area this year, and have a slot for an extra speaker, don’t hesitate to ping me. Make sure you do that at least a month prior to the event, since I’ll have to apply for a visa and all those boring things.

Are you speaking at any events this year?

Update: slides and notes for 7 Tips for Better WordPress Theme Development.

17 thoughts on “Speaking at WordCamp Norway 2013

  1. The Beijing WordPress Meetup is doing quite ok, so most likely I will be speaking on each one of them. Not a WordCamp yet, maybe for 2014?

    How is the Moscow Meetup going?

  2. I am happy that you will be able to come! I am giving a dev talk on the next day – 27-th, so hope that you will not leave on Sunday :)

  3. These are some great news! To be honest, I’ve been holding myself off from speaking at WordCamps for too long, (although I really wanted to) but this year it will happen!

    Anyways I’d love to have you on board at WordCamp Jerusalem 2013. It’s going to take place at February 20. Best part is? You have a visa-free access to Israel, so that’s should be a relief! Plus, you’ll be able to meet up with your fellow Automatticians Yoav Farhi and Ran Hartstein. We’re also having at least 2-3 talks in English (so its not all in Hebrew). Ping me if you’re up to it! :)

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