On November 9th, 2013 is the WordPress Camp again this year in Berlin. We have been involved and are looking forward to this event, because this also means that we will see familiar faces and meet new people.
Warm up Party
November 8th, 2013 from 07:00 pm
10437 Berlin / Germany
More information (in German)
November 9th, 2013 from 10am until 6pm (entry from 9am)
Beuth Hochschule für Technik Berlin
Haus Grashof (Hochhaus)
Luxemburger Straße 10
13353 Berlin / Germany
MarketPress & Inpsyde Developer approachable
In Berlin, Almost all developers of our team will be present in Berlin, and you can exchange ideas on the spot personally.
For BackWPup Pro Daniel Hüsken, as Core-Developer, is available, WooCommerce German Market and WooCommerce Role based Prices are developed by Andre Peiffer. Questions to Multilingual Press Pro can be asked to Thomas (Toscho) Scholz and Robert Windisch. The Theme Hamburg is developed by Caspar Hübinger and designed by Nick Jantschke. For Xtreme One you can drill Alex Frison, Frank Bültge and me with questions.
Meet and Greet
This year, we will set up again an expert-corner on the WP Camp. Alternating, there can be found following Inpsyde employees and answer you any questions about WordPress:
Andre Peiffer, Alex Frison, Birgit Olzem, Caspar Hübinger, Christian Brückner, Daniel Hüsken, David Naber, Dominik Schilling, Eric Teubert, Frank Bültge, Heinz Rohè, Manuel Schmutte, Nick Jantschke, Olaf Schmitz, René Reimann, Robert Windisch, Thomas Herzog, Thomas Scholz
Sessions and Keynote with Speakers among our Team
Keynote by Frank Bültge: WordPress im Enterprise-Umfeld
Session with Birgit Olzem: WordPress für Einsteiger – Für wen eignet sich das CMS
Session with Frank Bültge: Vernetzung stärken von WordPress Freelancern, Agenturen, Entwicklern, Designern
Session with Caspar Hübinger: Das richtige Theme finden
Session with Birgit Olzem: Xtreme One Theme-Framework mit Yaml 4
more Sessions can be found at the Session Wall
We look forward to your questions and the exchange.
Also on the WordCamp London, we will be represented. My colleague Caspar Hübinger and I travel on November’s 3rd weekend (November 23rd & 24th, 2013) to London and nurture the international exchange by WordPress core developers, and plugin and theme authors.
As already to WordCamp Europe in London will also be held a Contributor Day, on which we will also participate. So we have the right opportunity for improvement not only to talk to the WordPress core developers, but also to introduce them locally.
Especially in view of the upcoming version 3.8, which not only brings a new default theme, but also a revamped back end.
November 24th, 2013 09:00am to 5:30pm
230 Bishopsgate London,
Greater London EC2M 4QH,
November 24th, 2013 8pm
14 Widegate Street,
London, E1 7HP
The Contributor Day
November 25th, 2013 11:00am to 6pm
101 St. Martins Lane,
WC2N 4AZ, London,
We are excited and looking forward to the international exchange.
Of course, we will report.
Livestream and reports
By Livestream you can join us if you can not even be on there.
Livereports can be found at Twitter, Google+ and Facebook:
WP Camp Berlin 2013: #wpcb13
WordCamp London: #wclnd
and of course here on the blog we will report after the camp.
Information for our customers
We will continue our product support during both camps, but there may be some delays. Sorry.
About the Author Birgit Olzem
WordPress ist meine Leidenschaft. Als Coach & Trainerin ist es mir wichtig, dass das vermittelte Wissen nachhaltig auch in der Praxis angewendet werden kann. Individuelle Anwenderschulungen für WordPress & Social Media sind meine Spezialität. Sprechen Sie mich an, wenn Sie wissen möchten, wie man das Beste aus WordPress für Ihre Projekte holen kann.
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