Watch WordCamp Asia 2023 via Livestream February 17-19 – WP Tavern
WordPress lovers from around the globe are starting their journeys to attend the inaugural WordCamp Asia, which is going on in Bangkok, Thailand, February 17-19. Organizers predict 1,500 attendees at this new flagship occasion. For many who can not attend in-person, there will probably be a livestream broadcasting the classes from the convention days after Contributor Day, which kicks off on Day 1.
The livestream schedule exhibits dates and instances in guests’ native timezones. Relying on the place you might be on the earth, it might be tough to catch among the classes however the occasion may also be recorded. Digital attendees can favourite the classes they’re to observe and print or e mail them to maintain monitor.
There are subjects for each expertise stage – from starting a WordPress blog to advanced performance and scalability for PHP developers. Attendees can discover ways to start a subscription business with a no-code SaaS and FSE (Full Site Editing). Theme authors can study how to monetize in the era of block themes and web site house owners can discover using AI translation to translate their websites to discover a wider viewers. WordCamp Asia may also function a couple of classes on careers, together with non-technical careers in the WordPress market and career changes from the medical field to WordPress. That is only a small sampling of the attention-grabbing subjects that will probably be mentioned at WordCamp Asia.
Matt Mullenweg will join for an AMA on February 18, in Monitor 1, which may also be livestreamed to Tracks 2 and three.
Throughout the occasion, organizers plan to announce the placement of the following WordCamp Asia coming in 2024. Naoko Takano, one of many organizers, joined the WP Tavern Jukebox podcast final week to debate the organizing course of and the significance of WordPress internet hosting its first flagship occasion in Asia. Try the episode for extra perspective on the occasion, which has been in planning for years after getting cancelled and postponed a number of instances because of the pandemic.