WordCamp London is an event I feel very attached to. It’s my local WordPress conference. It gave me one of my first public speaking opportunities back in 2015. If you have been to a WordCamp London in the past, you might have seen me running around with big boxes, or behind the registration desk. Last year I was one of the organisers, leading the communication team.
This year, I’m delighted to announce that I’m scheduled again as a speaker!
I’ll present a talk called Inside a Product Manager’s toolbox. Basically, tools and resources for product managers, founders at very early stage startups, solopreneurs, freelancers, plugin / theme shop owners, and generally speaking people who are in the business of building and selling digital goods.
It’s going to be a lightning talk, so it won’t last more than 10 minutes. I’m going to share my time slot with Luminus O. Alabi, who’s going to talk about remote work, and Mike Killen, who will explain marketing funnels for WordPress businesses.
When, where, why
WordCamp London will take place on 5-7 April at the wonderful London Metropolitan University.
5 April is Contributor Day, a day where people gather and either contribute to WordPress, or get themselves setup with help from seasoned contributors so that they can start contributing in the future. Whatever your magic is, there’s a strong chance you can apply it to WordPress.
6 and 7 April are conference days. I’m going to speak on the morning of 7 April, at 10:20am.
Tickets are still available, so if you work with WordPress, and you live in or around London—or you’re in the position to afford a trip to the best city in the world—then don’t hesitate and come join us. There are going to be plenty of learning, networking, and contributing opportunities.