WordCamp San Francisco 2012 is set for August 4 this year at the Mission Bay Conference Center.
A developer hack day is scheduled for August 5th, and a survey looking for the best WordCamp speakers is open for recommendations. I know it’s me, but who’s counting. Honestly, if you have attended a WordCamp in the past and fell in love with a powerful speaker, please let them know and they may be invited to speak before thousands at WordCamp San Francisco.
Details about the specific speakers, topics, and workshops are coming, but the WordCamp San Francisco 2012 blog has announced that 2012 WCSF sponsorship packages now available to help support the event, listing some of the event sponsors already in place.
WordCamp San Francisco is considered the main event of the year for the WordPress Community even though there are WordCamps around the world most weekends, bringing WordPress fans together to share tips, tricks, techniques, and showcase the many ways WordPress can be pushed and pulled in every direction. People come from around the world to WordCamp San Fransciso, but don’t forget your local events and user groups, too.
I’ve spoken at dozens of WordCamps since 2007 including some WordCamp San Franciscos, and they continue to be some of my favorite conferences in the world. I love the WordPress Community and meeting and sharing with them is truly a treasure. You can check out many WordCamp speakers and event videos on WordCampTV on WordPress.tv. It’s a huge library of some of the most brilliant minds around WordPress.