WordCamp is a conference or gathering that focuses on all things related to WordPress, a popular open-source content management system (CMS) used to create and manage websites and blogs. WordCamps are organized by local WordPress communities and typically include a mix of presentations, workshops, discussions, and networking opportunities.
These events bring together WordPress users, developers, designers, bloggers, and other enthusiasts to share knowledge, learn from one another, and collaborate on WordPress-related topics. WordCamps are often held in various cities around the world and are accessible to people of all skill levels, from beginners to experienced WordPress professionals.
WordCamps provide a platform for attendees to deepen their understanding of WordPress, explore new features and developments, gain insights into web development best practices, and connect with like-minded individuals in the WordPress community. They are typically organized as informal, community-driven events with a strong emphasis on sharing and learning.
Local WordCamps vs Regional WordCamps
Local WordCamps are community-driven events held in various cities around the world, focusing on regional WordPress enthusiasts and topics, while WordCamp US and WordCamp EU are larger, flagship events that draw attendees and speakers from a broader geographical range, featuring a more extensive lineup of sessions and a more global perspective on WordPress trends and developments.
WordPress has a dedicated page to find out the full schedule of WordCamps around the globe.