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For Immediate Release
July 13, 2012
WordCamp Fayetteville sessions set, registration deadline nearing
Fayetteville—Time is quickly running out to register for WordCamp Fayetteville, Arkansas’ only conference dedicated to WordPress and web fluency. The deadline to register and be able to receive a t-shirt is Sunday, July 15. Registrations will continue to be available after that date but t-shirts will not be guaranteed.
WordCamp Fayetteville has events July 27-29 with July 28 being the primary conference day at the Donald W. Reynolds Center for Enterprise Development on the University of Arkansas campus in Fayetteville. July 27 is a beginner’s introduction session and registration is already closed for that event. July 29 is the Guru Gallery, which is an “unconference” session for one-one-one help and discussion about specific questions or issues pertaining to WordPress sites. The Guru Gallery will be at The Belford Group in Fayetteville.
Founded in 2010, WordCamp Fayetteville joins similar conferences held all over the world each year that provide valuable resources and information about utilizing WordPress, which is open source web software that allows users of all skill levels to create blogs or fully developed websites.
WordCamp Fayetteville 2012 features more than 20 sessions how managing WordPress sites for various functions including blogs and websites. More than 200 people from all over the United States are expected for the event.
This year’s conference will feature four tracks:
- WordPress 101: for those who are completely new to WordPress and want to learn about how it works.
- Content Creators: for those whose product is their content, such as those who use WordPress for a blog. (This was formerly known as the blogger track).
- Entrepreneur: for those who use WordPress as a utility or content management system for selling and promoting goods or services.
- Developer: for people who create themes, write code or are interested in other “behind the scenes” aspects of developing WordPress.
Tickets are on sale now for $30 and can be purchased online at http://2012.fayetteville.wordcamp.org/tickets/.