WordCamp Stockholm 2016

Sweden, here we come!

We here at Seravo decided that it is about time to go visit our glorious neighbour, Sweden, to learn more about the Swedish WordPress market and also to get to know other WordPress professionals. We are already quite experienced WordCampers since we have been sponsoring both WordCamp Finland in 2015 and 2016 and WordCamp Manchester 2016. And now we are happy to be part of WordCamp Stockholm, too!

Our own Otto Kekäläinen will take care of the official talking. You can check out Otto’s talks about testing and updating WordPress core and plugins, Tuesday at 12, and how XDebug and PHP profiling can help improve WordPress performance, Wednesday at 9.30. The rest of us are going to put our conversational skills in good use at our sponsor stand, during coffee breaks and probably at all times in some way. Feel free to come chat with us, even if it is just to test our Swedish.

In addition to Otto’s speeches, WordCamp Stockholm offers a wide variety of interesting program for all WordPress enthusiasts. We will for sure be attending as many talks as we possibly can! We are looking forward to everything that is to come next week and are more than ready to come and enjoy the one and only WordCamp Feeling.

You can be part our journey in social media by following @Seravocom on Twitter. And if you are lucky, you might even get a chance to meet us in Paris in June!

Anni Pesonen

Anni Pesonen

Account Manager anni@seravo.com @annijpesonen

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