June 1st marks the beginning of WordCamp Hamilton 2019! It’s sure to be an extravaganza you don’t want to miss as 14 speakers are going to share their expertise to the WordPress community.
Tickets are available from the camp’s website and will cover the talks, lunch, snacks and even coffee. Plus, you’ll receive an attractive WordCamp Hamilton 2019 t-shirt while supplies last.
So if you plan on being in the Hamilton, ON area, be sure to grab a ticket to experience a fun-filled day of WordPress awesomeness.
What Can You Expect from WordCamp Hamilton 2019?
This one-day event has a lot to offer in terms of information. Some of the things you’ll come across include:
- How starting a blog can change someone’s life.
- Using a staging site to plan out website development.
- How to take advantage of all the changes to SEO.
- Ways to keep your clients engaged when developing websites.
- Using page builder plugins when Gutenberg is available.
And this is not even half of what’s available at WordCamp Hamilton 2019. It makes me wish I was able to attend.
When the talks are over, don’t forget the after party. This is when you can meet and talk with others from the community. It’s all about networking and making new friends, colleges and more.
Fun Facts about Hamilton, ON
Even though I am a native of Colorado, USA, I still found some interesting facts about Hamilton, Ontario that piqued my interest. For instance:
- Hamilton’s nickname is “Steeltown.” This is due to the long history the city has within the steel industry.
- Being a fan of the Botanical Gardens here in Denver, it’s incredible to find out that Hamilton has us beat…by a lot. In fact, Hamilton is home to the largest botanical garden in Canada with some 980 hectares of landscape.
- In 2015, residents of Hamilton claimed the Guinness Book of World Records title as the highest number of high-fives during a pre-world-cup match! At Tim Hortons Stadium, 7,238 people high-fived each other into history.
With all of the fun that’s available at this WordCamp, it makes me sad that I won’t attend. However, I’m sure that it will be an incredible experience.
Thank you to all of the people who helped bring WordCamp Hamilton 2019 to life. And perhaps next year, I’ll be able to thank you in person.