WordCamp Atlanta 2010
Friday, January 8, 2010 at 6:30 PM - Saturday, January 9, 2010 at 6:00 PM (EST)
What is WordCamp?
WordCamps worldwide connect a community of bloggers, designers, coders, marketers, and enthusiasts of WordPress, coming together to share knowledge and meet others around the Southeast and the rest of the country.
Atlanta's first ever event will connect our exciting creative class with some of the best and brightest in the WordPress world to learn something new, whether it's in the hallway after a session or via emails with a new connection. We will mix a Genius Bar (for help at any point of the camp) with traditional and more unconference like sessions.
Sponsorship Opportunities - WordCamp Atlanta has many opportunities to support our all volunteer effort with either in-kind or monetary contributions. Putting on a great WordCamp isn't cheap or easy. From food and beverage for attendees, t-shirts, to schwag, there's a place to give back and increase your customer base. Contact tessa at tessahorehled.com for more information.
Speakers - WordCamp Atlanta's happy to have fantastic speakers the first year, including Mark Jaquith (lead developer of WordPress) and Mitch Canter (rockstar designer). It is past deadline and we are sifting through all of the awesome submissions. Feel free to throw your hat in in the event we should have a hole we need to fill!
Travel - WordCamp Atlanta's lucky to be able to provide discounts on airfare and hotel from AirTran and the Georgia Tech Hotel and Conference Center. We’ve negotiated an $89 rate for January 8-10th with the Georgia Tech Hotel and Conference Center, which is right in the heart of Tech Square, and less than five minutes from our venue. As well, we've negotiated a 10% on the lowest available fare from AirTran.
Refund Policy: Due to the nature of
the event, as well as the advance arrangements WordCamp Atlanta must make,
we ask that you pass your ticket along should you be unable to attend. We cannot offer refunds to those that cannot attend. This policy will be strictly enforced.