We’ve had a great response so far with sessions submitted for WordCamp Nashville 2014 – from both the Nashville community and beyond! The day is shaping up to be a great one, but we still need YOU to submit your session idea!
To date, we have a lot of how-to sessions submitted, ranging from the very basic, beginner topics to developer-level topics, but we’d love to see more sessions submitted about what fun/interesting/cool things you’ve been doing with WordPress lately. Sessions where you tell us how you learned something, failed at something, built something, struggled with something, or succeeded at something WordPress-related are always a big hit!
You don’t have to be an expert to tell the community about your WordPress experience – you will always be a great resource for people who are newer to the platform than you are, and there will always be something for you to learn from the experience.
We want to see the entire Middle Tennessee WordPress community involved in making this year’s WordCamp happen; preference will be given to Nashville-area or Tennessee proposals because we know this community’s talent runs deep. If you’re unsure of what you’d like to talk about, or unsure about how to take your idea for a topic and turn it into a session, you can always email the planning team with your questions.
You can use the form over here to submit your session idea. You’ve only got until March 25 to submit, and we’ll have the schedule set by April 3… but you’ll have until May 3 to prepare – so don’t be intimidated or overwhelmed! Submit your session ideas and we’ll go from there.
We can’t wait to see what y’all have in store for us this year. So go forth and submit!