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WPTavern: WordCamp Miami 2017 Will Livestream All Sessions this Weekend

WPTavern: WordCamp Miami 2017 Will Livestream All Sessions this Weekend

WordCamp Miami kicked off today with its ancillary workshops for beginners, freelancers, and BuddyPress enthusiasts. The WordCamp is entering its 9th year and organizers are expecting more than 800 attendees. Tickets are once again sold out, but latecomers hoping to attend can sign up for the wait list.

WordCamp Miami is one of the most well-established WordPress events and is known for having high quality sessions. This year’s schedule includes 60+ local and international speakers, a JavaScript learning track, and new AMA spots, featuring prominent people in the community. If you are unable to attend but want to join in remotely, the camp will be live streaming all sessions on Saturday and Sunday for free. There is no registration for the live stream and organizer David Bisset said it doesn’t have a limit on the number of people who can watch simultaneously. Participants can join in on Twitter with the #wcmia hashtag.



Source: WordPress

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