WordSesh 4 taking place this Weekend on Saturday, August 20

WordSesh 4, 2016 Event

Want to attend a mini global WordCamp from the comfort of your home? Join WordSesh 4 this weekend!

WordSesh is back again for its fourth year, and it is taking place this weekend on Saturday, 20th August.

A full day of live WordPress presentations, WordSesh features WordPress professionals and speakers from all over the World.

WordSesh 4 is a 24-hour event with one session per hour, and the first live session starts right at 00:00 (UTC+0) on Saturday. Click on this link to find out when the WordSesh session starts for you, if you cannot figure out with UTC+0.

The presentation sessions can be watched live on the web platform of WordSesh powered by Crowdcast. There will also be an option to chat live during the sessions on the Crowdcast platform.

WordSesh Videos now Available to Watch

If you didn't manage to join the event live, WordSesh videos of all the sessions are now available to watch live on Crowdcast.

WordSesh 4 Videos

Here're the direct links to five most viewed sessions of the event.

Similar to previous versions, WordSesh 4 has a great lineup of speakers including Matt Mullenweg, Brian Krogsgard, Aaron Jorbin, Brad Williams, and Petya Raykovska among others.

WordSesh 4 Speakers

Register for WordSesh 4

You can register for WordSesh on Crowdcast here and simply tune in whenever you want.

And did I mention the event is entirely free to attend?

All the sessions will be recorded and made available on YouTube after the event if you cannot make it live.

WordSesh 4 Schedule

Here’s the proposed schedule for WordSesh 4 if you plan on attending the event.


The Brad and Scotty B Show
by Brad Williams and Scott Basgaard


Forking WordPress
by John James Jacoby


101 Ways to Rock as a Freelancer
by Troy Dean


Advanced Theming: Interacting with Plugins Using Hooks
by Patrick Rauland


Bedtime Stories
by Aaron Jorbin


by TBD


Growing your WordPress Meetup
by Dee Teal


WordCamp Europe and the Global WP Community
by Petya Raykovska and Paolo Belcastro


by Ahmad Awais


L10n Panel
by Petya Raykovska, Zé Fontainhas and Sergey Biryukov


10 Step Guide to doing your own thing (with WordPress)
by Kimb Jones


Builing Nomadbase with React
by Noel Tock


Starting a WP Business from Home
by Barry Kooij and Scott Basgaard


Innovation and the Future of WordPress
by Brian Krogsgard


500 Days of Summer
by Sonja Leix


How to build products without knowing code.
by Matt Medeiros


WordCamp Things
by David Bisset


Move all the things to WordPress!
by Brian Messenlehner


From Blogging For Your Business to Blogging As Your Business
by Bob Dunn


Introduction to WooCommerce Development
by Brent Shepherd


WordSesh Chat with Matt Mullengweg
by Matt Mullenweg


Beyond Whitespace: Designing for Complex Content
by Michelle Schulp


by TBD


Make WP_CLI Work For You: Extending WP_CLI With Custom Commands
by Chris Wiegman


Closing Remarks


We plan to update the few TBD places in the schedule above once they are confirmed. For latest and updated schedule, check out the beautiful schedule section on WordSesh homepage.

Previous WordSesh Sessions

If you are new to WordSesh, you can check out the previous WordSesh 1, WordSesh 2 and WordSesh 3 sessions.

Here's a YouTube playlist for all the sessions from the previous WordSesh 3.

Have you attended WordSesh before? Do you plan on attending this one? Let us know in the comments below.

Update 25th August: Post updated to include live videos of WordSesh 4

Pradeep Singh

Pradeep Singh

Pradeep Singh is the founder and your host here at WPism. He is an entrepreneur and blogger living his startup life based in London and Cambridge. Follow him on Twitter or like his page on Facebook.
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