We’re delighted to announce that the next Swiss WordPress Conference will be held on Saturday, 14th September at Technopark! After visiting several other cities like Bern, Geneva and Lausanne, the event is returning to Zurich for the first time since 2015.
Here in Switzerland, regular WordCamps and Meetups bring people together from all over: not just the French-, Italian- and German-speaking parts of the country, but from all over Europe.
The community around WordPress is one of the system’s greatest strengths, and the worldwide WordCamps give developers, designers, managers and content producers the opportunity to meet, learn from one another, and improve both their own projects and WordPress itself.
What is a WordCamp?
WordCamps are casual, locally-organized conferences that focus on everything WordPress. Each WordCamp is different, reflecting the local WordPress community it represents, but usually a wide range of people from casual users to core developers participate, share ideas, and get to know each other.
WordCamps are non-profit events, organized by people from within the community on a voluntary basis. In addition to WordCamps, there are regular meetups in Swiss towns and cities which continue to build a strong sense of community.
Code of Conduct
WordCamp Zurich’s top priority is the safety of, and respect for, all those who attend. If you see something that isn’t right, let us know. If you’re not sure whether you should mention something or not, then you can refer to our Code of Conduct/Verhaltenskodex.