Aaron will be joining us as a speaker for WordCamp DFW with his talk entitled “Being a Good Citizen in the WordPress Community” on our Community track.
If you’ve been keeping up with our sponsors announcements, you’re going to think I’m a broken record, but that’s okay.
We deeply appreciate our sponsors – their support is what enables us to offer WordCampers an amazing day of education (plus lunch, a tee-shirt, priceless connections, and a ticket the afterparty) at such an affordable price.
Today I’d love to thank Shawn Hesketh and his team at WP101, the easiest way to learn WordPress.
I’d also love to thank Vladimir Prelovac and his team at ManageWP, a tool that enables you to manage multiple WordPress sites from one location.
Thank you for helping make WordCamp DFW awesome!
For our third annual WordCamp DFW, we’d love to welcome Liquid Web as a first-time host! They’ve partnered with us in a big way and will be sponsoring our speaker dinner.
We look forward to welcoming Liquid Web team member AJ Morris.
Liquid Web is a managed web hosting company offering a wide array of hosting solutions, including VPS, cloud, dedicated, and shared hosting plans.
Learn more about Liquid Web WordPress hosting.
If you haven’t yet, be sure to buy a ticket by September 5 so you can reserve an official WCDFW shirt in your size.
Tickets purchased after the 5th will still come with a t-shirt, but we’ll be guessing on sizes after that, so you may not end up with exactly what you want.
Get a ticket (and reserve your shirt size) now: https://2016.dfw.wordcamp.org/tickets/
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Did you know that Bluehost powers over one million WordPress sites? And did you know they sponsor every WordCamp in the whole entire world? Bluehost was the first company to sign on as multi-event sponsor when we debuted the program in March of 2013, and we’re so very grateful for their continuing support of this and every other WordCamp.