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WordCamp Milwaukee 2014

WordCamp Milwaukee 2014 is upon us.  This will be a three-day event with beginner workshops and a hackathon on Friday, July 25 and WordPress presentations all day on July 26 & 27.  More info is at the link below.

All tickets are sold out. There are no spots available for any days of the conference. 

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  • Michael M.

    The best organized conference I've attended in 20 yrs. Content was excellent. Service was great -such a friendly, helpful group -everyone: organizers, attendees, speakers, volunteers, UWM staff, etc.

    1 · July 27, 2014

    • Scott O.

      And you can't beat the price! :-)

      July 27, 2014

  • Eileen P.

    Is there a wait list for the Friday workshops? I’d love to go but you’re sold out.

    July 19, 2014

    • Scott O.

      All tickets are sold out for Friday, Saturday and Sunday. There is no waitlist. There are no more tickets available.

      July 19, 2014

  • Dustin F.

    I just want to be sure that everyone who has RSVPed here on for WordCamp Milwaukee has bought a ticket. You can not attend without buying a ticket. An RSVP here does not work. Currently there are about 35 tickets remaining, so I would recommend getting one soon. Get your tickets here:

    July 10, 2014

    • Scott O.

      Tickets are going quickly! Get em before they run out.

      July 10, 2014

  • Gary C.

    I am interested to attending the WordCamp. Is there a way I can pay for it other then PayPal?

    July 10, 2014

  • Adam R.

    How come WordCamps are always held on weekends during the summer? Summer weekends in Milwaukee are way too valuable to be sitting in front of a computer! :)

    (Plus, my employer would most likely pay for me to attend a weekday WordCamp as a training opportunity.)

    June 17, 2014

    • Brad P.

      Weekends work a lot better for the majority of attendees, because quite a few wouldn't be able to attend something during the work week. We also try to keep the ticket prices as low as possible, so that as many as possible can attend. We do have workshops/classes on Friday, which potentially your employer might like to help you out with, and then there's a bonus of a weekend of learning, too!

      1 · June 17, 2014

    • Adam R.

      Thanks for the explanation Brad! I would still like to suggest holding future WordCamps in the winter.

      June 17, 2014

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