The details about WordCamp Europe 2018 have been unveiled and earlybird tickets are already on sale for Europe’s largest WordPress event. Order one of the first 1000 tickets before December 31st and you’ll be treated to a limited edition swag item, as well as the knowledge you’ve secured your place at what’s set to be another valuable conference for WordPress users.
WordCamp Europe 2018 is scheduled for June 14th – 16th and will be taking place in Belgrade, Serbia for up to 3000 members of the WordPress community. Earlybird tickets can be purchased now on the WCEU website.
Now, let’s talk about the main topic of today’s post: applications for speakers at WCEU 2018 are now open. Do you have knowledge you’re keen to share with the WordPress community, are you ready to spark discussion and inspire innovation amongst WordPress users? Then this might be the perfect gig for you.
Based on the results of the post-2017 event survey, the WCEU team are keen to up the amount of development-focused talks next year. They had the following to say about the type of talks they’re looking for in a recent blog post:
If you are a developer, or have a technical talk that you would like to share at WCEU, please apply, because it’s you our audience is looking for.
Besides development, we are of course looking for diverse topics and inspirational stories. If you’re not sure what to talk about and need some ideas, here are topics most asked about in our survey:
- Advanced development
If you’re still short of ideas then they’ve put together a comprehensive list of topics they’d love to hear discussed as part of WordCamp 2018, including topics like security, theme design and multilingual content.
Think you’re up to the challenge? Head over to the WCEU website to get your application in before January 15th 2018. Good luck!