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It’s been nearly 6 months now since WordCamp Boston 2011, so I figure its a good a time for the official wrap-up post. (OK, so it’s long overdue – I’ll spare you the obligatory blogger’s apology). In this post I’ll … Continue reading Closing the Books on WordCamp Boston 2011
Interested in WordCamp Boston 2012? Whether you’re looking to volunteer at the event, help organize it, speak, sponsor, or just plain attend, we want to know!
We’re psyched to announce that VaultPress has joined our illustrious list of Silver sponsors. Paul Kim says: The VaultPress team is proud to sponsor WordCamp Boston 2011, and to be a part of the WordPress community If you’ve somehow never … Continue reading Welcome VaultPress as Silver Sponsor
Welcome ZippyKid as a Gold sponsor to WordCamp Boston! Here’s what they had to say: ZippyKid is the fastest growing WordPress hosting provider. We allow you to focus on your content, not your content management system. What that means is … Continue reading Welcome Gold Sponsor ZippyKid!
I’m very happy this morning to announce that the fine folks from Zemanta have joined the roster of sponsors for this year’s camp. They’re also organizing a get-together for Zemanta users, for Saturday night: As a long-time WordPress partner and … Continue reading Welcome Zemanta as a Silver Sponsor, with Meetup
Last year, Boston held it’s first WordCamp and it was an amazing time. There was sumo wrestling, blue cotton candy, prepared lunch, and speakers delivering solid talks on our favorite CMS. WordCamp is 100% volunteer run by local WordPress community … Continue reading Call for Volunteers
We’re very excited this morning to announce hosting provider A Small Orange as a Gold Sponsor for WordCamp Boston 2011! Here’s what Doug Hanna (the “Head Orange,” my new favorite title) had to say: A Small Orange is pleased to … Continue reading Welcome Gold Sponsor A Small Orange
We’re exploring multiple options for offering accommodations to attendees from outside greater Boston. One option would be to reserve dorm-style rooms through Boston University, at a greatly reduced summer rate. These are nice rooms: apartment style, in which four single rooms share … Continue reading Potential Accommodations in Boston