WordCamp Toronto 2018 is only a few weeks away, and tickets are on sale.
This year’s event takes place on Saturday, December 1st at the North York Civic Centre. Our theme is Gutenberg and the WordPress of tomorrow.
We just published the first version of our schedule, along with our completed lists of speakers and sessions.
At a glance, here’s what you can expect:
For WordPress designers & developers
- Building and automating WordPress workflows (Ryan Moore)
- Building my first Gutenberg block (Thiago Loureiro)
- Gutenberg & custom block development (Abdullah Ramzan)
- Building the Playlist block for Gutenberg (Anthony Burchell)
- Copywriting for better UX (Andrea Zoellner)
- Migrating 1300 websites from HTML to WordPress (Christie Witt)
- CSS Grid, Gutenberg, and the future of layouts (Juan Pablo Gomez)
For marketers & businesses
- Gutenberg’s marketing toolbox (Troy Fawkes)
- WordPress as a digital marketing hub (Rebeca Godin)
- Growth and the future of SEO using Gutenberg (Ryan Meghdies)
- Current trends in SEO for businesses (Brian Rotsztein)
- Democratizing digital marketing (Adrian Tobey)
For general WordPress users
- Making websites accessible and complying with the AODA (Sandy Feldman)
- Gutenberg and the content design opportunity (Jem Rosario)
- Storytelling with Gutenberg: How to use the new editor (Andrea Zoellner)
- Our beloved plugins and Gutenberg (Thiago Loureiro)
Haven’t registered yet? Now’s the time!
Tickets are only $25 for a full day of WordPress goodness, including lunch.
And as always, you can also expect a Happiness Bar for hands-on help and great chatter in the hallways.
Check out the WordCamp Toronto 2018 site for more details, and don’t forget to subscribe for email updates to receive the latest announcements.