Seven Day Countdown: We’re only a week away!

Seven DaysWe’re in the home stretch for WordCamp Toronto: Developers 2012! Seven days from now, we’ll be bringing together nearly 200 novice, enthusiast, and professional developers for (another) weekend of WordPress.

Get your ticket today!

NOTE: We’re looking for someone to replace Joe Rozsa’s Beginner session on Saturday morning. If you’re interested, please get in touch with us ASAP. Your session should be a basic, 101 introduction to development and complement our current session lineup.

What’s new this week?


Joe Rozsa and John James Jacoby have fallen victim to other obligations, and we mourn the loss of these two noble speakers. (Next year, gentlemen!) But we do have new additions to the roster: Trevor Mills, Jonathan Davis, John Hartley, and panel moderator Brent Kobayashi have confirmed their attendance. Huzzah! Check out the Speakers page for more details.


You know the drill – new speakers, new sessions. We’ve updated our itinerary to include presentations from our new presenters, plus some missing descriptions that should have been posted already but weren’t. (Yup, my fault.)

Schedule Update

We’ve updated our Schedule page with the latest version. (PDF!)

Moo Cards

If you haven’t ordered your business cards yet, you have a day to sneak the orders in! The cut-off date for Moo cards is tomorrow (October 27th) at 8:30PM EST. Please note that a rush print fee is required. Check our sponsor page for more details.

Tickets to AngelHack Toronto

We have six tickets to give away for AngelHack Toronto! This is the first year that Toronto has been included in the international coding competition. Winners will be selected at random tomorrow evening, so if you’re interested in winning, simply fill out the form.

ALSO: Use coupon code ILOVEWPTORONTO to save 30% on the cost of registration for AngelHack Toronto! This code has a 30 use limit, so first come, first serve. Get your tickets today!

Thanks to Hackernest Toronto for providing these awesome perks.

About Andy McIlwain

Andy is a front-end dev and community guy (GoDaddy, Toronto's WordPress meetups, and WordCamp). Find him on Twitter and his personal blog.
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