George Brown College has a Continuing Education course for you. Fit learning easily into your schedule by choosing from our evening, weekend, day and online classes. Courses start throughout the year so the time to register is right now!
George Brown College School of Continuing Education has been kind enough to provide the venue, facilities, and technical support of their St. James Campus for another year of WordCamp. We’re extremely grateful for their generosity!
TELUS Shared Hosting – Supporting Businesses in Canada by providing affordable, reliable and secure website hosting. TELUS Shared hosting offers domain services in addition to web site hosting. TELUS offers a built-in WordPress installer for those that want to bypass the famous five-minute install.
WordCamp Toronto 2012 would not be possible without the generous support of TELUS.
BraveNewCode Inc. is Canadian company, and began in 2007 as a simple design & development portfolio for the work of Dale Mugford. In early 2008, software engineer Duane Storey climbed aboard contributing his extensive talents to the mix.
BraveNewCode plugins make life easier for WordPress site owners, particularly when it comes to support for mobile devices. Dale is also a familiar face for members of Toronto’s WordPress community. Thanks to the entire team at BraveNewCode for their support of WordCamp Toronto 2012!
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Make Web Not War is a passionate community of developers across Canada and welcomes anyone who is excited about the latest trends in web, mobile, cloud and open data. Whether you like .Net, PHP, Python, Java, Ruby, use open source or commercial software (or both) Make Web Not War is about building technology solutions that work together.
Kobayashi Online is a Toronto WordPress development shop that specializes in online marketing, branding, and website development. Founder Brent Kobayashi and his team are enthusiastic members of Toronto’s WordPress community, always willing to chip in and provide support for local projects.
Thanks a bunch to the team at Kobayashi for supporting this year’s WordCamp Toronto!
Valerie Crozier is the talent behind the branding for WordCamp Toronto and the Toronto WordPress meetup group. Her winning submission in the WordCamp Toronto 2012 logo contest kickstarted her creative involvement with the group. Valerie has since gone on to design other print and signage material for WordCamp Toronto 2012 and WordCamp Toronto: Developers 2012.
Thank you, Val, for your hard work and support!
About Zuba Marketing
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From concept to completion we can take your idea from a scribble on a napkin to a professional logo, event strategy, direct marketing campaign or sales lead generation idea – whatever you need.
We have the marketing expertise, creativity and project management skills to put it all together for you. Together we can measure the outcome of various programs and make adjustments along the way. With a flexible work schedule, we can work on or off-site, whatever works best for you.
A big thank you to Effectav for handling WordCamp Toronto 2012′s signage and print. With their support, it’ll be easier for WordCamp attendees to find their way around!
Effectav is a leader in providing products and solutions for trade-shows, special events, in-store sign systems, point-of-purchase displays and interior/exterior graphics. Our expert knowledge, innovative and dependable products provide our clients with a complete visual commuciations solutions partner.
Free Business Cards
MOO is back with business cards for WordCamp Toronto: Developers! Even if you took advantage of September’s offer, you’re still eligible for November’s promotion.
Rush orders (additional fee) are available until 8:30pm EST on Sunday, October 28th.
What do you get?
- 100 MiniCards of your choice. Combine different designs for a unique set.
- No watermark. The only branding on these cards is your own.
- You pay only $4.00 for shipping. The cards themselves are free.
- Pick up your cards on the day of WordCamp. We’ll have them ready for you.
What do you need to do?
- You need to order through this link: http://moo.com/link/h936
- Make sure you have the right item and quantity selected at check out.
- Make sure you have Canada selected for shipping.
- Do not enter your own address for delivery.
- Select WordCamp Toronto: Developers 2012 for pickup.
- If you have any trouble, contact MOO customer support.
Thank you, MOO, for offering this promo again! It was a huge hit in September.