Thanks to the WordPress.tv moderator team (and especially Michael Wiginton who did a lot of the editing), you can now see the majority of the 2014 Salt Lake City WordCamp on our page on WordPress.tv. Additionally, I’ve updated all the speaker announcements with the videos of the presentations.
Thanks for all your support this year and we’ll see you next year!
We’re excited to announce the first of our WordCamp SLC videos is now available on WordPress.tv. Stay tuned to our Twitter updates (@wcslc) for more WCSLC video announcements. In the meantime, if you missed Sam Hotchkiss‘ excellent presentation about WordPress as an API, you can now watch it online. We’ll be updating the speaker announcement posts (linked from the schedule) with the WordPress.tv videos when they are available.
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This is the first year Pluralsight has sponsored WordCamp SLC, despite having offices in Farmington and being one of Utah’s fastest growing companies. Pluralsight is providing access to the entire library on pluralsight.com for WordCamp SLC attendees. Be sure to stop by the swag tables to get your trial card good for a month of free training (and don’t forget to check out the WordPress courses)!
Badges? We don’t need no stinking badges!
Ah, who are we kidding. Of course you need badges! Everyone needs badges! Tell the world (or at least your blog’s readers) that you’re speaking, sponsoring, volunteering, or just attending WordCamp SLC with these freshly pressed WordCamp badges!