WordCamp Asheville, where the streets are lined with smiles

WordCamp Asheville 2015

Asheville, NC, is a place where, when walking down the street, you’ll often catch someone’s glance paired with a warm smile. There’s music on every street corner, a craft brewery on most every block downtown, and waterfall hikes are a regular part of life. Asheville is a happy and friendly place, and the WordPress community in Asheville is welcoming, friendly, and full of excitement for both sharing knowledge and learning how to be even better website creators.

Street band at WordCamp Asheville

WordCamp Asheville in a nutshell

WordCamp Asheville was an epic three-day event featuring a pre-camp (where people new to WordPress learned the basics) and two days of talks centered on development, business, design ad front-end, and general WordPress topics.

Classroom session at WordCamp Asheville

Highlights

  • Carrie Dils presented an engaging keynote centered on how to create relationships at a WordCamp (or in any situation for that matter).
  • Pre-camp participants learned how to create their first website, and all of the WordPress basics needed to progress quickly.
  • There were four tracks: business, all users, design and front-end, and developer.
  • The after party was at Wedge brewery, and was an awesome place for attendees to network with each other, speakers, organizers, volunteers, and sponsors.
  • The happiness bar was busy constantly from Saturday morning to Sunday afternoon. People in Asheville love to learn!

The mountains were beautiful, the WordCamp was awesome, and the beer was tasty. Thanks for your hospitality and friendliness, Asheville!

Additional photos of the event in this WordCamp Asheville recap.


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Mendel Kurland
Hey there, I’m Mendel, an intrapreneurial change-maker, developer, speaker, and teacher. I love the outdoors, so you’ll usually find me hittin’ the trails between tech events and code-slinging. I’ve also usually got my nose in a cup of single origin, Chemex-brewed coffee. As a GoDaddy Evangelist, I spend most of my time hanging out with developers, designers, entrepreneurs, and creative people all around the world to make sure their opinions and suggestions are heard.