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What is WordCamp US?


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What is WordCamp US?

WordCamp US is an annual conference focused on all things WordPress. It brings together people from different backgrounds who are interested in learning, sharing, and connecting within the WordPress community.

History of WordCamp US

The first WordCamp was organized in San Francisco by Matt Mullenweg in 2006. Since then, it has become one of the largest and most important gatherings for WordPress enthusiasts in the United States. Each year, it attracts a diverse group of attendees, including developers, designers, bloggers, business owners, and anyone else who uses or works with WordPress.

Importance to WordPress Users

WordCamp US plays a crucial role for WordPress users by offering a platform to gain valuable knowledge and insights about the platform. It provides an opportunity to learn from experts through presentations, workshops, and networking events. Attendees can discover new techniques, receive guidance on best practices, and stay up-to-date with the latest developments in the world of WordPress.

Who is WordCamp US for?

WordCamp US is open to everyone who has an interest in WordPress. Whether you are a beginner just starting with your first website or an experienced developer looking to enhance your skills further, this conference caters to all levels of expertise. It also serves as a valuable platform for business owners and entrepreneurs seeking insights into how they can leverage WordPress effectively for their ventures.


Podcasts Mentioning WordCamp US

#128: Thu October 26, 2023

Gutenberg 16.9 Update, WCUS Relevance, ChatBot Plugin Security, and Breadcrumb Block

#96: Tue September 12, 2023

WordPress Community Summit, WordCamp US, and WordPress 6.3 Release Highlighted August 2023

#91: Tue September 05, 2023

Exciting Updates from WordPress: Community Summit, WordCamp Talks, and Lessons Learned

#89: Fri September 01, 2023

WordPress Updates: PHP Version Support, New Features, and Security Concerns

#86: Tue August 29, 2023

Matt Mullenweg Shares Notable Insights at WordCamp US 2023

#85: Mon August 28, 2023

WordPress Announces 100-Year Plan, Zombie Plugins Pandemic, and New Gutenberg Update

#82: Wed August 23, 2023

WordPress 6.4 Release, WordCamps, Plugin Testing, and More!

#80: Mon August 21, 2023

WordPress Community Summit Travel Fund Contributes $48K for WordCamp US

#78: Thu August 17, 2023

WordPress Update, Hacked Websites, Vulnerabilities, Glossary & Support Forum Discussion

#70: Mon August 07, 2023

WordCamp Asia 2024, Internationalization, Contributor Mentorship, and More!

#64: Fri July 28, 2023

Improving Website Performance, Ninja Forms Vulnerabilities, and Local Font Hosting

#30: Mon June 12, 2023

WordCamp Europe Celebrates WordPress' 20th Anniversary with Over 2,500 Participants from 94 Countries

#8: Thu May 11, 2023

WordPress Foundation Offers Memorial Scholarship for WordCamp US 2023 & New Era of WordCamps Announced

#6: Tue May 09, 2023

Open AI's ChatGPT and GPTEverest: The Latest in AI Innovation for WordPress

#3: Thu May 04, 2023

WordPress News Roundup: WooCommerce 7.7 Release Candidate, WordCamp US 2023 Tickets Sell Out, Google Introduces Passkeys, and WordPress 6.2.1 Release incoming

#2: Wed May 03, 2023

WordCamp US 2023 Tickets Now Available, New WP Speakers Website Launched, and More WordPress News!