Lots going on with planning for WordCamp Seattle 2017 of late…
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Our speaker applications are rolling in, and there are some really exciting possibilities for sessions. But there is still lots of time to apply.
→ If you’d like to speak but not quite sure what you want to speak about, we’ve put together a thorough (but by no means exhaustive) list of topic suggestions.
→ If the same-old-same-old 25-minute lecture with Q&A style just isn’t your bag, why not mix it up and consider an alternative session format for your presentation?
→ And if you’re on the cusp but wanting a little training to boost your confidence, we’ve got multiple Speaker Training Workshops lined up around the Sound this month to help you with your pitch and give you some extra oomph with your speaking chops.
If you’ve got any questions or ideas to share, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us. Planning a WordCamp is as much a community endeavor as the actual WordCamp, so we welcome your input.