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WordCamp Sacramento 2017

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.

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Location

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.

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Sponsors

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.

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WordCamp Sacramento Speaker Interview With Tony Perez

Tony Perez perezbox.com | @perezbox Tony is one of the Sucuri Co-Founders. Sucuri is a globally recognized website security firm specializing in offering organizations a suite of security solutions for their websites. Tony has spent the better part of 7 years building an organization designed to provide value to website owners when they need it …

WordCamp Sacramento Speaker Interview With Amanda McCoy

Amanda McCoy amanda-mccoy-design.com | @AmandaRaoul After studying art and printmaking in college, Amanda eventually found work doing freelance print production at several San Francisco advertising agencies. She got a staff position at Young and Rubicam and worked there for many years. Seeking more meaningful work she attempted a career change to animation, but was discouraged …