You will find this article to be a little bit long hoping to satisfy you that if you can attend a WordCamp, you really should. You’ll get more from a WordCamp than you could from years of reading WordPress blogs, buying WordPress books and subscribing to WordPress blogs.
What is WordCamp? (वर्डकैम्प क्या है?)
WordCamp is a community-organized conference centered on the WordPress publishing platform. These events are organized, paid for, and attended by the local WordPress communities in accordance with guidelines published at WordCamp.org and the principles of the WordPress foundation.
History of the WordCamp (वर्डकैम्प का इतिहास)
The first WordCamp was organized in San Francisco by Matt Mullenweg in 2006. Since then, 846 WordCamps have taken place in 72 cities, 65 countries and in 6 continents all over the world. WordCamps happen almost every week in all over the world.
Who is it for? (यह किसके लिए है?)
WordCamp is for anyone who uses WordPress or should use WordPress:
- Entrepreneurs etc.
What to expect from WordCamp? (वर्डकैम्प से क्या उम्मीद है?)
WordCamp is all about WordPress. WordCamps are not meant to be big, fancy, expensive conferences. It meant to be local-gatherings that allow everyone to attend, meet, share and learn WordPress together.
Be prepared to have fun with other people just as obsessed with WordPress as you are or just as NEW to WordPress as you are. Casual dinner/afterparty for you to meet new friends, business partners, employees, employers etc.
Benefits of the WordCamp (वर्डकैम्प के फ़ायदे)
There are a lot of benefits of attending WordCamps that you can get.
- Learning the new techniques
- Chance to know the community
So, are you interested to meet the amazing WP community?
Check out when/where the next WordCamps are: Central.WordCamp.org