We’re getting close – WordCamp Toronto 2011 is only two weeks away!

Happy Friday, Toronto WordCampers!

It’s been a crazy week at #WCTO HQ – there’s a whole lot of finalizing going on. Here’s the rundown:

  • Everyone: Our schedule has been finalized. The after-party @ Habanero’s kicks off at 6:30pm on Saturday, November 5th.
  • Speakers: You’ll be receiving information on George Brown’s A/V support, and other details, in the next couple of days.
  • Volunteers: If you signed up to volunteer, you’ll hear from us within the next week.

The WordCamp Toronto Organization Team

Tickets Going Fast(er)!

Space is still available, so if you – or someone you know – hasn’t signed up yet, get on it! Tickets are only $30, and mini-sponsor packages are available for $200. Click here to register.

Note: All payments are processed via PayPal.

WordCamp Toronto 2011 Schedule: FINALIZED!

  • Our End User track introduces the fundamentals of running a successful WordPress site on your own webhost.
  • Our Designers tack presents time-saving techniques + tools that’ll help you, and your clients, do more with WordPress.
  • Our Developers track focuses on best practices for theme & plugin development. You’ll also learn how WordPress can be used for more than just websites.
  • Join us @ Habanero’s at 6:30pm on Saturday night! It’s an exclusive #WCTO event, complete with complementary munchies. (Try the margaritas!)

You can find more information on our Schedule page.

Parking & TTC Access

Parking is available on the west side of George St., between Adelaide and King St. It’s only $3.00 for the entire day!

Coming on TTC? Get off @ King Stn., and take the eastbound streetcar to King & Jarvis. Walk north on Jarvis to Adelaide, and east on Adelaide to the George Brown campus.

More information & directions are available on our Locations page.

WordCamp Toronto Mobile App!

A big thanks to Top Quark’s Trevor Mills for creating the WordPress Toronto conference app. It’s a brilliant example of what can be done with WordPress.

Appropriately enough, Trevor is wrapping up our Developers track with his presentation, Building Mobile Apps with WordPress.

About Andy McIlwain

Andy is a front-end dev and community guy (GoDaddy, Toronto's WordPress meetups, and WordCamp). Find him on Twitter and his personal blog.
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