About WordCamp SLC

What is WordCamp?

On September 23, the local WordPress community will meet in Salt Lake for a relaxed, single-day conference that includes workshops, talks, a t-shirt, and lunch. Thanks to generous sponsors, tickets are only $20. Click here to register now!

Who will be there?

You, we hope! We plan WordCamp with developers, designers, business owners, and end users in mind. Not to mention WordPress contributors. If you’ve never been to WordCamp before, we hope you’ll come see what this is all about. If you have been, welcome back!

When & Where

September 23, 2017
9am – 5pm
(Afterparty at 5:30)
Church & State
370 S. 300 E.
Salt Lake City, UT 84111


Speaker lineup update

We’d like to let you know about an update to our speaker lineup. Andy Johnson will not be able to give his talk on WordPress automation and the Internet of Things. He deeply regrets not being able to present at WordCamp SLC this year, assures us he’ll be back next year, and is planning on taking …


Saturday, September 23rd

All times subject to change until the day of the event.

Time Chapel 1893 Training Room
8:00 amCheck-in / Registration
9:00 amWelcome
9:25 amSetting Boundaries to Keep Your Sanity and Your Clients Joelle ReederTraining/Membership Site – Let’s Roll! Chris RogersBetter Admin Navigation for Large Sites Clarence Bowman
10:15 amDemystifying WordPress Theme Development Carrie FordeHow to Score 100 on Google Page Speed Test Joseph StevensonIncrease Your Personal Bandwidth: Singlehandedly Manage 100’s of WP Sites & Clients Tevya Washburn
11:05 amBridging the Gap Between Design and Development Jo MurgelGetting Redesign Right supernoviaEntrepreneurish: WordPress as a Business Building Block Gina Marie Zanutto
11:55 amA Code Commentary Mike Selander, Tyrel KelseyTaxes for Techies Scott DeLuzio
12:40 pmLunch
1:30 pmCredit Cards: “The Stupid Tax” Brenner Adams
1:40 pmInbound Marketing for the Small Business Chris Fontes
1:55 pmRevenue Doesn’t Mean Sh*t if You’re Not Profitable Lisa Sabin-Wilson
2:45 pmThe part you play in your company’s website security John HawkinsWeb Accessibility and WordPress Chris David MilesWP on Auto Pilot: Populate data using XML Dhanushka Samarakoon
3:35 pmIntroversion and Open Source: an Unlikely Combination Garth MortensenFreelance Success Through Specialization Theresa SmithWhoo, you’ve launched! Now what? Susan C. Daniero
4:25 pmDrop-kick Imposter Syndrome Chris ReynoldsShameless Self Promotion Michael Sheen, Angie FenimoreHosting Hurdles (or Why the hosting matters) Natalie Osborne
5:15 pmClosing remarks
5:30 pmAfterparty