Wrapping Up: Thank You, Everyone!

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Wow!

WordCamp Toronto 2012 has come and gone, and we couldn’t be happier with the results. Thank you, everyone, for making WCTO 2012 such a hit! We’re grateful for the amazing attendees and spectacular speakers that joined us for a weekend of WordPress at George Brown College. We’d also like to say…

Thank you to our volunteers. You showed up early with smiles on your faces and were more helpful than you can possibly imagine. Your contributions made this weekend flow smoothly – we wouldn’t have been able to do it with you.

Thank you to our caterers, Espresso Bella and Tailor Made Cafe. Delicious drinks and food kept energy high and bellies full. Forkgate 2012 will go down in the WordCamp record books as a testament to the importance of utensil preparedness.

If you missed out on the presentations, don’t worry!

Videos from each presentation will be shared on WordPress.tv, and we’re hunting down our presenters for online copies of their notes and slide decks.

What’s next?

How did we do? Complete our feedback survey and let us know what we can do to make WordCamp Toronto: Developers — and WordCamp Toronto 2013 — even better.

Don’t miss WordCamp Toronto: Developers! November 3rd and 4th at George Brown College. WCTO:DEV will be geared towards the coding side of WordPress. Get your tickets now before they sell out! We’re also looking for speakers, so if you’re interested in presenting, drop us a message.

Want more WordCamp? Head to Buffalo! WordCamp Buffalo takes place on October 20th at Canisius College in Buffalo, NY. Registration is only $15!

Join our mailing list! Sign up for our mailing list and never miss a thing.

Join the Toronto WordPress Group! Monthly meetups, workshops, presentations, social events, and more. We have lots of big ideas for 2013, we’re open to WordPress users of all experience levels, and we want you to join. Check us out on Meetup.com!

Thanks again for making this weekend rock hard.

Your organizers,

Al, Andy & Craig

About Andy McIlwain

Andy is a front-end dev and community guy (GoDaddy, Toronto's WordPress meetups, and WordCamp). Find him on Twitter and his personal blog.
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