Episode 11 - WordCamp: How to Make the Most of Your Experience

April 26, 2022 01:14:32
Episode 11 - WordCamp: How to Make the Most of Your Experience
Delicious Brain Waves
Episode 11 - WordCamp: How to Make the Most of Your Experience

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With WordCamps set to return to an in-person format for the first time since early 2020, Iain Poulson and Jonathan Bossenger take a look back at their own personal experiences with WordCamps, with a special focus on the first ones they attended.

They share their greatest highlights and offer advice for both first-time WordCamp attendees and the folks who organize these events.

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