Man, what a blast! I’m still recovering from the event and we had some great photos taken at WordCamp by Frank Niemier
And we have some fun afterparty pics from the photobooth that we wanted to share with you all! Here full round of images here.
A few photos to get you warmed up!
Russell giving a hand.
Cody Benson and GSU migration team.
From the organizing team – thank you! We’ll see you next year!
Oh, and if you have any other pictures, please link them in the comments below!
Hey everybody, I can’t believe we’re finally here!
Today marks the first day of WordCamp Atlanta – woot! We can’t wait to see you and connect with you so please introduce yourself and make yourself available to everyone else who’s coming!
One of the best things that you can do before you come tomorrow is get to know your soon-to-be friends!
Check out our “Who’s Coming” page and take a look at who you might run into. Check out their Twitter page as well as their blog. Make note of the people you really want to spend some time with and make sure to drop them a line (again, via Twitter perhaps).
One of the best parts of WordCamp is the ability to network with other knowledgable folk who may have been around WordPress longer than you have.
That’s ok! We’ve all started from square one at some point and this is your opportunity to learn as much as you possibly can about WordPress. Consequently, make sure you have your list of questions ready before you get to WordCamp this Friday and Saturday.
Your mission? To get all of your questions answered! Sure, it might be a long list but it’s your responsibility to get them asked as no one’s going to know what you’re questions are until you’ve asked them!
Looking for Keynote or Powerpoint Slide Templates for your talk (or just because you’d like to have them)?
We’ve got both generated by our community for you to use! Get them here.
You are not required to use these, by the way – but they might help you out!
There are 5 days to go until WordCamp Atlanta open the door to a weekend of excitement, great content, and WordPress mayhem!
Ok, so maybe not “mayhem” but tons of fun to be had by all! We’re excited that you’ve chosen to be a part of the event and we’re upset that not everyone will be able to attend. There’s a bitter-sweet feeling of being “sold out” of tickets as we’re glad we’ve been able to financially put the camp together but sad that not everyone who expressed interest in being there can actually be there
C’est la vie, as they say.