Frequently Asked Questions (and answers)
When will tickets go on sale? Tickets will go on sale in early-to-mid May. You can visit the Tickets page to sign up to be notified when they’re available.
How much do tickets cost? Thanks to the generosity of local and national sponsors, WordCamp Seattle tickets are only $20.
How do I volunteer to Speak at WordCamp?WordCamp speakers are all volunteers. If you’re interested in presenting a talk, speaking submissions will open around March 10th, 2014. More details will be published on the blog, so make sure to subscribe for updates.
Is WordCamp for me? Yes! WordCamp Seattle is a casual event meant for people of all skill levels and interests. Whether you want to learn about WordPress for the first time, or are a seasoned developer bending WordPress to your will – there will be something for you at WordCamp.
It is also WordCamp policy to be an open and safe place for everyone regardless of race, gender, financial status, creed, sexual orientation, location, or any other characteristic. We do our best to make sure WordCamp Seattle is a great event for EVERYONE, not just the vocal majority. If there’s anything we can do to better accommodate you, please let us know.
Can I watch the presentations online? Yes! We’ll be live-streaming the sessions on June 28th, and the videos will also be posted to WordPress.tv once they’ve been processed.
Will there be a contributor day? Yes! The 2014 Contributor day will take place on Sunday, June 29th and it will be awesome. More info coming soon!
Will child care be provided? Yes! We have made arrangements with the Child Care and Learning Center, located close to UW. Keep an eye on our news page for registration details.