This year’s WordCamp Toronto will take place October 3-4 2015 at Humber College’s Lakeshore Campus in the city’s west end. This will be our third annual WordCamp at Humber and we couldn’t be more excited. You can learn more about the venue on our Location page.
Our annual after-party will be taking place in downtown Toronto at the Duke of Devon pub. A short walk from Union Station, this’ll also be at the heart of our city’s annual Scotiabank Nuit Blanche festivities.
Want to sponsor the event? It’s a great opportunity to support the local WordPress community. Find full details on levels and recognition on the Sponsor page.
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Meet Your Organizers
Tom Auger is a Senior Partner at Zeitguys, where he directs the web and interactive practice. As an educator, he has taught every aspect of digital design and production over the last 15 years at various academic institutions in Ontario, most recently Centennial College. He is also a core contributor to the WordPress project and is always excited to evangelize and share his knowledge with the community. Tom is co-organizer of the Toronto WordPress Meetup Group, and organizes Contrib2Core sessions that introduce WordPress developers to the joys of contributing back to the Open Source project through bug fixes, patch submissions and Trac tickets. Tom blogs about a variety of technological topics, is a co-host of AgencyChat, a monthly webcast, and is active on a variety of Stack Exchanges.
Brent Kobayashi has been making the online world friendly for more than 19 years as president of Toronto digital marketing firm Kobayashi Online. Heavily involved with the WordPress community, Brent helps organize the Toronto WordPress meetup group of over 1400 people, has been a co-organizer of WordCamp Toronto since 2013, and runs the meetup group Online Friendly TO. He thinks he’s funny, but we’re not so sure – check out his shenanigans on twitter and judge for yourself… @brentkobayashi
Dejan wrote the book WordPress Responsive Theme Design and he was a technical reviewer of the book Learning Yeoman. As Dejan strongly believes in returning back to the community, he is the contributor/author to 2 free WordPress plugins: Buffer My Post and Tweet Old Custom Post. Dejan is also one of the organizers of WPToronto meetup group and WordCamp Toronto. Together with his wife he have recently created a site dedicated to all things WordPress.
You can always find him on various WordCamps (especially the ones within driving distance from Toronto) or exploring nature, art & love for food across Canada & US.