WordCamp Europe 2016

WordCamp Europe is finally here! It is among the most awaited events in Europe among web development experts, WordPress Developers and IT professionals. Be a part of networking activities, tribe meet-ups and speed networking plans. And there is #WCEUBall which is specifically designed to have fun and chill after two days of learning and networking. So you get an experience of learning and having fun together.

Event Details:-

Date:- 

  • June 24-26,2016

Venue:-

  • MuseumsQuartier Wien,
    Museumsplatz 1,
    1070 Vienna

Schedule:-

Friday, June 24th

  • 08:00 Registration
  • 09:15 Track 1-Halle E Opening Remarks
  • 09:30 Track 1-Halle E WordPress: the early years. A co-founder’s view
    Track 2-Halle G Connected WordPress
    Track 3-Leopold WP-CLI for beginners
  • 10:00 Track 1-Halle E Moving forward with a mature platform
    Track 2-Halle G Making Ads Great Again
    Track 3-Leopold Multisite! Development for beginners
  • 10:30 Track 1-Halle E Cultivating happy teams, for better business (panel)
    Track 2- Short Talks: WordPress Hardening What’s New in PHP7 and what to expect in PHP7.1
    Track 3-Leopold Theming in WordPress
  • 11:00 Morning Break
  • 11:30 Track 1-Halle E Empathy and Acceptance in Design and Community
    Track 2-Halle G Thinking outside the box(model) – An introduction to Flexbox
    Track 3-Leopold Website Security
  • 12:00 Track 1-Halle E WordPress to host Australias largest ‘news’ websites on WordPress VIP
    Track 2-Halle G Assistive Technology Demo
    Track 3-Leopold Themes & Plugins in harmony
  • 12:30 Track 1-Halle E Decision-making in WordPress
    Track 2-Halle G Short Talks: content architecture
    Track 3-Leopold WordPress development environment
  • 12:30 Track 1-Halle E Decision-making in WordPress
    Track 2-Halle G Short Talks: content architecture
    Track 3-Leopold WordPress development environment
  • 13:00 Lunch
  • 14:30 Track 1-Halle E Interview and Q&A
    Track 2-Halle G Interview and Q&A – Streaming
  • 15:30 Track 1-Halle E The 2016 Plugin Directory
    Track 2-Halle G Editing Text at The New York Times
    Track 3-Leopold Keys to Growing & Developing your WordPress Meetup
  • 16:00 Track 1-Halle E Reviews
    Track 2-Halle G A Study in frontend Optimization
    Track 3-Leopold Contributing to WordPress for Business, Profession & the Community
  • 16:30 Afternoon Break
  • 17:00 Track 1-Halle E A look into Calypso
    Track 2-Halle G Thoughts on WordPress Plugin UI
    Track 3-Leopold Managing a local WordPress community
  • 17:30 Track 1-Halle E Beyond SEO: copywriting for professionals
    Track 2-Halle G Closing the gap: Developing your support philosophy-Business
    Track 3-Leopold The Japanese WordPress Community
  • 18:00 Closing Remarks

Saturday, June 25th

  • 09:15 Opening remarks
  • 09:30 Track 1-Halle E Opening Remarks
  • 09:30 Track 1-Halle E Code-Development
    Track 2-Halle G The (rebirth of the) Italian community
    Track 3-Leopold What’s my WordPress site’s email strategy?
  • 10:00 Track 1-Halle E Web Typography-Design
    Track 2-Halle G Impostor Syndrome-Community
    Track 3-Leopold Making the Leap
  • 10:30 Track 1-Halle E WordPress, state of the accessibility
    Track 2-Halle G Short Talks:Community
    Track 3-Leopold Project Management
  • 11:00 Morning Break
  • 11:30 Track 1-Halle E The Ultimate REST API talk Part 1
    Track 2-Halle G Moving the design process to the browser
    Track 3-Leopold Managing a remote WordPress team
  • 12:00 Track 1-Halle E The Ultimate REST API talk Part 2
    Track 2-Halle G Interfaces-Design
    Track 3-Leopold How we built a successful, distributed WordPress firm
  • 12:30 Track 1-Halle E Business
    Track 2-Halle G Interfaces-Design
    Track 3-Leopold Swiss WordPress Developer
  • 13:00 Lunch
  • 14:30 Track 1-Halle E Inheriting large and legacy projects
    Track 2-Halle G Privacy and the Web
  • 15:00 Track 1-Halle E Using the REST API and JavaScript to create better WordPress interfaces
    Track 2-Halle G The Discovery & Definition Approach to Project Planning
  • 15:30 Track 1-Halle E Open source project management
    Track 2-Halle G Using Composer to create manageable WordPress websites
  • 16:00 Track 1-Halle E Rebuilding Babel: Communication in a Virtual World
    Track 2-Halle G open source project-Development
  • 16:30 Afternoon Break
  • 17:00 Track 1-Halle E Modernizing WordPress Search
    Track 2-Halle G Dealing with different client cultures
  • 17:30 Track 1-Halle E The making of Calypso: a team perspective
    Track 2-Halle G From Blogger to WordPress Core Committer
  • 18:00 Closing Remarks
  • 20:30 After party–#WCEUBall–Halle E

Sunday, June 26th

  • 09:30 Registration & coffee
  • 10:00 Start – introducing the agenda for the day
  • 09:30 Contributing!
  • 09:30 Lunch
  • 09:30 More contributing!
  • 09:30 Results from the day and closing remarks

For more information on this event, visit the offficial website https://2016.europe.wordcamp.org/