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WordCamp London 2016

WordCamp London has come around fast! We’re travelling down Friday evening, so we can be ready, bright and early on Saturday morning for registration. WordCamp London 2016 is a two day conference focused on the blogging platform/content management system, WordPress.

WordCamps are hosted all around the world, aimed at anyone who has an interest in WordPress. WordCamp London 2016 has three tracks with talks suitable for business owners, site owners, integrators and developers. Outside of the scheduled talks on offer, WordCamps are an opportunity to meet and learn from peers in the WordPress community.

We’re regulars to WordCamps across the UK (and occasionally further afield) and have been attending WordCamp London since it’s inception, way back in 2013. This is now the conference’s third year. iWeb’s Dave Redfern has spoken in previous years, and this year, we’re back, showing our support for the WordPress community and conference as a sponsor of WordCamp London 2016.

The schedule looks great this year. There are a limited number of tickets left. Don’t worry if you can’t make it though, we’ll be tweeting on @iwebtweets during the event and will put together an event summary blog post in the days following WordCamp London 2016.

Thanks to Simon Blackbourn for his beautiful photo.

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