Too much learning is never a bad thing. WordCamp Phoenix, to be held January 26-30 2011, offers hours and hours of just the kind of learning anyone in the PR industry can benefit from.
Whether you’re looking to brush up on some WordPress skills, would like tips to give to clients or just need to connect with local freelancers to help with content creation, site design or troubleshooting, the entry fee of a mere $35 is well spent.
The five days of instruction includes:
-Design/Dev Speed Meet
Meet designers and developers you can hire for yourself or for clients at the Co+Hoots Design/Dev Speed Meet. Fantastic way to be introduced to professionals who can get what you need done.
-Beginner’s class at SkySong
Taught by April Holle, this all-day session is for complete beginners who want to how WordPress works from the ground up. Holle promises that attendees will walk away with all the knowledge they need to make their own WordPress site.
-Free intro to WordPress Multisite
Perfect for anyone looking to manage multiple client sites. Boone Gorges will throw enough knowledge at attendees that they’ll be managing new WordPress installs with ease.
-Design Reception with Light Rail Pub Crawl
Meet, greet and throw back a few with talented Valley designers on the eve of WordCamp at the Co+Hoots Design Reception and Light Rail Pub Crawl. See award-winning talent and visit a few locally owned restaurants that are off the beaten path.
-Main Event at Chandler Center for the Arts
An entire Saturday of presentations, genius sessions and sponsor awesomeness await registered attendees on Saturday, January 29. Attend sessions from one particular track or jump around if you like, we don’t care, as long as you’re learnin’. Be sure to join everyone at San Tan Brewery afterwards.
-Developer Day Unconference at Gangplank
Gain insight into how WordPress REALLY works by checking out developers hard at work making cool stuff for WordPress users. If developing scares you, here’s your chance to at least see how scary it really is.
There’s more, but you’re going to have to find that our for yourself. There are less than 100 tickets left (85 at 9pm last night), so be sure to buy yours today.