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WPTavern: WordSesh 5 Scheduled for July 25th

WPTavern: WordSesh 5 Scheduled for July 25th

After not having an event in 2017, WordSesh, a virtual WordPress conference, is returning July 25th. The event is being organized by Brian Richards, Founder of WPSessions and a collection of partners. 

The schedule is online and like previous events, there is a mixture of sessions and live podcasts. Based on the sessions, this year’s event leans towards consultants and developers.


WordSesh 2018 Schedule

WordSesh five will have a hallway track that provides multiple ways for attendees to get in touch with speakers and other viewers. Attendees will also receive digital swag.

Richards is encouraging Meetup organizers to host viewing parties. If you’d like to coordinate a viewing party for your meetup or co-working space, please contact Wordseshlive at gmail.com.

Tickets are not yet available but those who sign up to the site’s email list will be the first to know when they are.



Source: WordPress

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