WordCamp Sacramento is a casual, locally organized conference happening September 16-17, 2017 that covers everything related to the world’s favorite platform: WordPress. Whether you’re brand new to WordPress, you use it casually, or you’re a seasoned professional, there is something for everyone at every skill level!
In its third year, WordCamp Sacramento is expanding to include a full day Beginner Track teaching attendees how to use WordPress, two mixed tracks of sessions on Saturday, and three mixed tracks of sessions on Sunday.
In its third year, WordCamp Sacramento keeps getting bigger and better. For 2017, WordCamp is moving to the beautiful Sacramento Convention Center in the heart of California’s Capital City. The Convention Center sits just steps from the California State Capital, historic attractions, and amazing restaurants, as well as mere blocks from the brand new Golden 1 Center and K Street Mall.
Sponsoring WordCamp Sacramento is a great opportunity to demonstrate your support for the WordPress community.
To keep ticket prices low, we look to sponsors to help make WordCamp an exciting part of our thriving, Sacramento open-source community. WordCamp wouldn’t be possible without generous contributions from sponsors. We appreciate every sponsor who has helped make WordCamp Sacramento a reality.
Catherine “Cat” Scholz catswebweave.com | @catswebweave Cat has been a WordPress coach, front-end developer, and consultant since 2007. She works with authors, entrepreneurs, arts organizations, non-profits, “mad” scientists, musicians, artists, small businesses, companies, healers and hobbyists. Her passion is working with clients to create the look and functionality that they want while teaching them how …
Tanner Moushey iwitnessdesign.com | @tannermoushey Tanner is a web developer and entrepreneur located in the small town of Granite Falls, Wa. He’s passionate about using technology to promote community. When he’s not tracking down new leads or coding, he loves playing music and spending time with his wife and 4 (soon to be 5) kids.
When people who are already savvy with WordPress, successfully freelancing, selling websites or themes, and want to know where they should go or what they should do to improve their skills, the first thing I recommend they do is get involved with the community. There is no faster way to solidify your knowledge than to …