Watch WordCamp Europe 2016 Live with Free Tickets

WordCamp Europe 2016 Live Video

This weekend, WordCamp Europe will be hosting one of the biggest WordCamps with over two thousand WordPress enthusiasts attending the event from all around the world.

WordCamp Europe 2016 is scheduled to take place on 24th – 26th June in Vienna, Austria. The conference will start this Friday with the first day of talks on several WordPress related topics including design, development, business, and more.

The conference talks will continue on Saturday with an After-Party event scheduled later that evening. The event will conclude with a final contributor day event on 26th June 2016.

If you cannot make it to the event this weekend, you can still catch the event live from anywhere in the World.

That’s right – WordCamp Europe organisers have made it possible to watch all the sessions live for the second consecutive year.

There will be three live streams for different tracks from the conference. You can switch between all three tracks to catch your preferred talk from the event.

(I have embedded the live videos from the WordCamp Europe 2016 in this post, making it easy for you to switch between the tracks.)

Saturday – WordCamp Europe 2016 Live Videos

Track 1 Live Stream (Halle E)

Saturday Morning Stream

Saturday Afternoon Stream

Track 2 Live Stream (Halle G)

Saturday Morning Stream

Saturday Afternoon Stream

Track 3 Live Stream (Leopold)

Saturday Morning Stream

Saturday Afternoon Stream

Saturday Schedule for WordCamp Europe 2016

Time Track 1 – Halle E Track 2 – Halle G Track 3 – Leopold
09:30 Code is Poetry: A Musician’s Tale: Helen Hou-Sandí The (rebirth of the) Italian community: Francesca Marano What’s my WordPress site’s email strategy?: Becs Rivett-Kemm
10:00 Art Directed Web Typography: Marko Dugonjić My friend the Impostor Syndrome: Sonja Leix Making the Leap: Successful Products as a Web Agency: Matt Cheney
10:30 WordPress, state of the accessibility: Rian Rietveld Short Talks: Handling Anxiety, The Science of Happiness: Tom Nowell, Davor Altman Project Management or How to Herd Cats: Becky Davis
11:00 Morning Break
11:30 The Ultimate REST API talk Part 1: Joe Hoyle Moving the design process to the browser: Lucijan Blagonić Managing a remote WordPress team: Mario Peshev
12:00 The Ultimate REST API talk Part 2: Joe Hoyle Emotional Interfaces: Tammie Lister Changing the world, one WordPress site at a time: How we built a successful, distributed WordPress firm serving nonprofits: Lesley Molecke
12:30 You are too cheap: Tomaz Zaman The Swiss Knife of a WordPress Developer: Ivelina Dimova
13:00 Lunch
14:30 Inheriting large and legacy projects: Andrew Nacin Privacy and the Web: are you doing what it takes?: Anders Jensen-Urstad, Amelia Andersdotter Unconference
15:00 Using the REST API and JavaScript to create better WordPress interfaces: K. Adam White The Discovery & Definition Approach to Project Planning: David Lockie Unconference
15:30 Open source project management at scale, how 1300+ people improved Drupal 8’s multilingual features: Gábor Hojtsy Using Composer to create manageable WordPress websites: Anna Ladoshkina Unconference
16:00 Rebuilding Babel: Communication in a Virtual World: Siobhan McKeown Unconference
16:30 Afternoon Break
17:00 Modernizing WordPress Search with Elasticsearch: Taylor Lovett Dealing with different client cultures: Karim Marucchi
17:30 The making of Calypso: a team perspective: Davide Casali From Blogger to WordPress Core Committer: Pascal Birchler
18:00 Closing Remarks
20:30 After party – #WCEUBall – Halle E

Friday – WordCamp Europe 2016 Live Videos

You can watch all talks from Track 1 (Halle E), Track 2 (Halle G), and Track 3 (Leopold) in the live YouTube videos below.

Track 1 Live Stream (Halle E)

Friday Afternoon Stream

Friday Morning Stream

Track 2 Live Stream (Halle G)

Friday Afternoon Stream

Friday Morning Stream

Track 3 Live Stream (Leopold)

Friday Afternoon Stream

Friday Morning Stream

Schedule for WordCamp Europe 2016

You can view the complete schedule with more information on the WordCamp Europe 2016 website here.

Time Track 1 – Halle E Track 2 – Halle G Track 3 – Leopold
08:00 Registration
09:15 Opening Remarks – Petya Raykovska
09:30 WordPress: the early years. A co-founder’s view – Mike Little Connected WordPress – Gary Pendergast WP-CLI for beginners – Marcos Schratzenstaller
10:00 Moving forward with a mature platform – John Blackbourn Making Ads Great Again – Adam Silverstein Multisite! – Jeremy Felt
10:30 Cultivating happy teams, for better business (panel) – Magne Ilsaas, Brian Krogsgard,Alexander Frison, Matt Johnson, Ilona Filipi Short Talks: WordPress Hardening – Ten tips in ten minutes, What’s New in PHP7 and what to expect in PHP7.1 – Dan Blows, Maurizio Pelizzone Theming in WordPress: Where do I start? – Edmund Turbin
11:00 Morning Break
11:30 Empathy and Acceptance in Design and Community – Morten Rand-Hendriksen Thinking outside the box(model) – An introduction to Flexbox – Luc Princen Website Security – The Big Picture w/ Simple Steps to Take – Aaron Campbell
12:00 How NewsCorp Australia scaled WordPress to host Australias largest ‘news’ websites on WordPress VIP – Juan Zapata, Dion Beetson Assistive Technology Demo – Graham Armfield Themes & Plugins in harmony – Ulrich Pogson 
12:30 Decision-making in WordPress core development – Mike Schroder Short Talks: Your content is trapped – How a proper content architecture can save it, Publish in 10 Minutes Per Day – Thomas Kräftner, Andrea Badgley The ultimate WordPress development environment – Matt Geri
13:00 Lunch
14:30 Interview and Q&A – Matt Mullenweg Interview and Q&A – Streaming – Matt Mullenweg
15:30 The 2016 Plugin Directory – Konstantin Obenland Editing Text at The New York Times – Eric Lewis Keys to Growing & Developing your WordPress Meetup – Dee Teal
16:00 Reviews: The Good, The Bad, and the Stalker – Mika Epstein Seven Times Faster : A Study in frontend Optimization – Peter Wilson Contributing to WordPress for Business, Profession & the Community – Kel Santiago-Pilarski
16:30 Afternoon Break
17:00 A look into Calypso – Matías Ventura “Caring is the coolest thing I’ve ever seen anyone do.”—Thoughts on WordPress Plugin UI – Caspar Hübinger Managing a local WordPress community – Sergey Biryukov
17:30 Beyond SEO: copywriting for professionals – Marieke van de Rakt, Joost de Valk Closing the gap: Developing your support philosophy – Erica Varlese, Pam Kocke Stories From the Japanese WordPress Community – Naoko Takano
18:00 Closing Remarks – Petya Raykovska

 

Although these sessions are available for free, WordCamp Europe organisers recommend getting your free Livestream ticket.

Contributor Day – WordCamp Europe 2016

One of the main highlights of WordCamp, contributor day will take place on the final day of the event – Sunday, June 26th at University of Vienna (Faculty of Informatics) at Währingerstrasse 29.

Contributor day is a great opportunity for those looking to get involved with the WordPress project. Attendees can join and get started contributing to one of the several WordPress team projects such as Core, Design, Mobile, Accessibility, Polyglots, Themes, Documentation, Community, Plugins, Training, WordPress.TV among others.

The contributor day at the WordCamp is scheduled to be the Europe’s largest Contributor day with almost 500 WordPress contributors registered to contribute on the day. Interestingly, the contributor day will see almost 150 new contributors getting involved for the first time.

Attending WordCamp 2016?

If you want to attend WordCamp Europe and haven’t got your tickets yet, I have few tickets that I am giving away for free (First come, first serve basis). Just send me an email using the contact form here.

Thank you to WordCamp Europe organisers for making the event live! I will be tuning in to catch my favourite talks live.

Are you watching the WordCamp Europe live? Let me know what you think of it in the comments below.

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