WordSesh 2013 – 24 Hours of WordPress!

WordSesh 2013 is an exciting new event for WordPress users everywhere! For the first time in history, there will be a 24 hour – you heard me – A 24-hour, non-stop WordPress extravaganza!

What exactly is this magical event?

WordSesh is basically the online version of WordCamp minus the BBQ lunch and after party. The event will consist of speakers from all over the world, talking about our all-time favorite topic, WordPress! 24 sessions. 1 session every hour, on the hour, for 24 hours.

WordSesh will be live streamed everywhere using the combination of Google Hangout and YouTube’s live streaming. You can find all things WordSesh at  Starting Saturday, April 13th at 00:00 UTC (Friday, April 12th at 8:00pm for those of you in the Eastern time zone) – from a computer near you.

24 hours of WordPress is a pretty cool thing, but we also know you might need to get a little sleep, don’t worry! All presentations will be available after the event at and on the WordSesh YouTube page. You can also follow along on the WordSesh Twitter feed and #WordSesh hashtag.

What’s the best thing about this event? It’s absolutely free. That’s right – you can stuff your head full of WordPress facts, without touching your wallet!

And what is UTC exactly? You can use this link to help you out, and avoid confusion:
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How is WebDevStudios involved?

Kicking off the event will be our very own Brad Williams with his Partner in crime, Dre Armeda with the DradCast. You can see the kick off at 8:00 PM EDT on their DradCast website or If you haven’t tuned in yet, DradCast is a weekly talk show that showcases all things WordPress and has new guest host every week. It’s both entertaining to watch AND informative.

Also, our very own Lisa Sabin-Wilson will be speaking at 2:00 AM EDT about Scoping Projects to Avoid Stress, Headaches & Angry Mobs. If you missed the talk at WordCamp Miami last week, don’t you fret because you will have another chance this weekend! Tune in to watch it from wherever you are!

Last, we would like to give a big thank you to our friends over at WooThemes for presenting WordSesh and main organizer, Scott Basgaard. It’s going to be a great event!


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