WordCamp Brighton A #WordPress conference was for everyone. 16-18 August 2019, on the beautiful south coast of Venue: The Clarendon Centre, 47 New England Street, Brighton, East Sussex, BN1 4GQ England.
It was one of the many WordCamps that happen all over the world. WordCamp in Brighton was informal conferences organised by WordPress users and was open to everyone who’s keen to learn, share knowledge, and celebrate WordPress.
This was the fun capturing, accessible and diverse event. Regardless of my experience with WordPress, I was invited to join them beside the seaside of photojournalism let the photographer should tell you a story.
There were more than 26 speakers to hear from in a range of lecture-style presentations as well as ‘lightening talks’ and panel sessions.
Alain is a freelance software engineer and WordPress consultant living in Germany. Passionate about software architecture and code quality, he never misses an opportunity to share best practices and tries to live up to his educational aspirations through public speaking and blogging. You can read his thoughts on code & other things at https://www.alainschlesser.com Twitter under the handle @schlessera
Dan is a director at Blue 37 – a WordPress specialist agency. He’s also the Founder & Trustee of WP&UP – a charity that supports & promotes positive mental health within the WordPress community. You’ll find him organising WordCamps, Meetups and events throughout the UK. He thrives on business development and project management, as well as having a passion for seeing success within others.
BEN KINNAIRD loves to help people solve problems, often using technology to simplify and automate their life so they can take back more time or take on more challenges.
David Lockie’s interests lie in WordPress, blockchain, and other associated open source and decentralised tech. He’s the founder and director of Pragmatic – the largest WordPress agency in Europe, which he started in 2012. David loves working with the team at Pragmatic in delivering websites that add real value to businesses, and in turn, enjoys sharing his expertise on this topic at international conferences such as WooConf and WordCamp.
There were many great sponsors who are helping WordCamp Brighton 2019. this was not possibly done it without them and it greatly appreciated the support.
BRIGHTON PAVILION SPONSORS
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JETPACK:- Transform how you work with your WordPress sites: Jetpack connects your site to the global services, community, and support provided by WordPress.com. Focus on the substance of your site, not the software.
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WHAT’S FOOD MENU AT WORDCAMP BRIGHTON 2019?
For the fourth year running, @WordCampBTN was a great opportunity for the WordPress community to get together to discuss ideas, share knowledge, and show off how much they love using WordPress. If you’re just starting out or you’re a WordPress expert, a WordCamp is perfect for getting more involved.