WordCamp San Antonio 2016 is finally here!
WordCamp is a yearly event where WordPress aficionados and beginners alike gather together for food, fun, and most importantly, WordPress workshops! Want to learn more about WordCamp? Check out WordCamp Central for all things WordCamp.
This Year’s Event
WordCamp San Antonio 2016 will take place on October 22nd at the Texas A&M San Antonio campus. Registration starts at 7:30 a.m. and the event goes all day until 6:00 p.m.
ADDRESS: One University Way, San Antonio, TX 78224
This year’s WordCamp will have three separate tracks, beginner—business, and advanced—so everyone, no matter how skilled they are, will be able to leave a whole lot smarter.
Early Bird tickets are available now. With your ticket, you’ll receive a lunch, t-shirt, and a swag bag to hold all the WordCamp goodies you’ll collect at the event. Be sure to check back here for regular updates and subscribe to our email list to make sure you don’t miss a thing about WordCamp San Antonio 2016.
Texas is big! Most things in Texas require a bit of driving to get to. Luckily we have services like Lyft and Uber to help us get a round a little easier. Check local rates to see if using a ride sharing service would be an option for your travels.
Texas A&M University San Antonio is only a short drive from historic downtown San Antonio. The campus is on a remote piece of property on the south side of town. If you need accommodations feel free to use airbnb.com or vrbo.com, if that’s your thing. If it isn’t, there are a few hotels close by but we would recommend staying downtown so that you can experience the best of what San Antonio has to offer.
Wayne is a Web Designer / WordPress Developer who has dedicated his career to everything WordPress. He holds a B.F.A. in Computer Graphic Arts from The University of the Incarnate Word where he built his first WordPress theme and never looked back. He is very passionate about WordPress and actively participates in the WordPress Community. He has been known to teach advanced classes for the San Antonio WordPress Meetup Group and co-organized the first-ever WordCamp San Antonio 2015. He is currently the lead developer at Anderson Marketing Group which is a full-service advertising and marketing agency in San Antonio. In his spare time he also runs WPDevSolutions which is an online tutorial resource where he writes articles about current web design trends, WordPress development, SEO techniques, and personal projects/experiences. Follow him on Twitter @WPDevSolutions
Kori Ashton has a passion for the WordPress community and is often found teaching locally at the Meetup events, and weekly on her YouTube channel – WordPress Wednesday. During the week she is team lead at WebTegrity which is a WordPress-focused development company. This is her second year to help organize WCSATX.
Jeff Mulholland is the COO of Pressable, a managed WordPress hosting company, and a first-time WordCamp organizer. He’s passionate about sharing WordPress and its mission to democratize publishing with his hometown community. When he’s not helping with WordCamp San Antonio, Jeff organizes a monthly WordPress Meetup group.