Is this your first WordCamp? Read the official What to Expect, and review our helpful guide below:
What to bring (each is optional):
–Laptop for note-taking, participating in online/offline demos, getting help from another attendee, or showing off your stuff.
–Business cards for networking.
–Writing utensil and something to write on for note-taking, networking, etc.
–Cell phone for networking and to take/share pictures (on social media hashtag #WCRaleigh)
–Slack access for asking questions. There’s a channel for each track as well as one for general information. You can also get help in the #happiness_bar channel. Sign up here: http://wordcampraleigh.herokuapp.com
–Dress code: You’ll see clothes from shorts/flip flops to suits, and everything in-between, with the trend toward the casual end of the spectrum. Wear something weather appropriate that you feel most comfortable in.
What we’ll provide:
-Coffee, tea, water
-Snacks (including gluten-free)
-Five tracks of WordPress awesomeness (advance signup is required for the ]three workshops, but not for the other sessions)
-Plenty of time between sessions for networking and/or learning with speakers, sponsors, and other attendees
-Full lunch on Saturday at On The Oval
-Donuts on Sunday (Rise Biscuits and Donuts)
-Free wifi courtesy of NC State University – ncsu-guest (no password required)
–Happiness Bar throughout WordCamp where you can ask questions from volunteers including speakers.
-One free drink ticket for the afterparty
How to get to WordCamp:
-Registration is from 8:15-9:00 in the atrium of Engineering Building 1.
–Free parking in marked garages on Partners Way
-Map of our location can be found on our Location page