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Speakers now live!

As some of you may have already noticed, our list of speakers is now live! We’re bringing you some great Boston talent this year, alongside some talented community folks from near and far. Be on lookout for some additional speakers being posted in the next couple of days!

Our fabulous line-up of speakers this year will be talking about everything from designing for WordPress, to security, to beginner and advanced development techniques, to project management and business tips. Here’s a sneak peak at what they’ll be talking about:

  • A beginner WordPress workshop run by Al Davis from
  • A workshop on designing for WordPress by Suzette Franck of Media Temple
  • 320, 480, 640, 720, 768, 960, 1024… NO, a session about responsive design brought to you by Chris Cochran
  • Do I need managed hosting? A tale of two servers by Mika Epstein, aka ipstenu of Dreamhost
  • Breaking Away from the Blog: Unconventional WordPress by Boston local Steven Word of Oomph
  • PHP Unit Testing by 10up senior web engineer Eric Mann
  • Git for 5 Year Olds, an introduction to Git by Jon Heller

And finally: we’re very happy to announce this year’s keynote brought to you by Ethan Marcotte, author of Responsive Web Design and a Boston native.

Sessions will be posted within the next week. Tickets are going fast, so be sure to get yours soon. We’re excited to see you all in a couple weeks!

Tickets now available!

We’re still finalizing the speaker lineup and presenters for Friday’s workshops, but with just about a month to WordCamp Boston 2013, we’re happy to make tickets available to the public.

Head to to register today.

A full-weekend ticket (Friday workshops, Saturday and Sunday sessions) is $60 and includes the Saturday afterparty. Tickets can also be purchased just for the sessions (Saturday & Sunday) or workshop (Friday), for $40 and $20, respectively. Full details are at

If you’re from one of our generous sponsors, please hold off on registering until you receive your coupon code(s). If you applied to speak, please refrain from registering until we let you know about your session.

Speaker applications are now closed

Thank you to everybody who proposed a talk! We are working through your submissions, and will be posting more information on our final lineup in the coming weeks.

If you missed the deadline but still want to be a part of making WordCamp Boston 2013 a reality, we are still looking for volunteers and for sponsors!

We’re looking for speakers and sponsors

Since announcing the dates for WordCamp Boston back in April, the popular questions have been, “When can I apply to speak?” and “Can we sponsor?”

The answer to both questions is a resounding yes. We’ve recently published information for both speaker applications and sponsorship inquries, so what are you waiting for?

Apply to speak at

Let us know you’d like to sponsor WordCamp Boston 2013 by visiting

Save the Date: October 25-27, 2013

We’re happy to announce that WordCamp will return to Boston the weekend of October 25-27, 2013. We’re happy to be revisiting our roots by moving back to the Microsoft NERD Center in Cambridge after a few successful years on the other side of the Charles.

Be sure to check back here for updates in the coming months. Better yet, sign up to receive email updates using the form to the right!