Nexcess, a provider of performance-optimized WordPress web hosting, has announced its sponsorship of WordCamp Ann Arbor 2016 – a community-organized gathering of WordPress users, professionals, and developers.
WordCamps are informal community events, organized by local WordPress users. They would be an excellent opportunity for all WordPress users to connect with like-minded members of their local WordPress community.
“WordPress is the product of its community, and events like WordCamp Ann Arbor help bring that community together to celebrate WordPress and form lasting bonds of friendship,” said Chris Wells, President and CEO of Nexcess. “Our business is built around the fantastic work of the WordPress community, and we’re proud to support anybody that shares our mission of making the WordPress experience better.”
Nexcess is a global WordPress web hosting company based in Michigan, with facilities throughout the US, the EU, and Australia. Nexcess sponsors many conferences around the world, but is particularly happy to support a community-driven event in its home state.
WordPress Ann Arbor 2016 is an event for WordPress users who are interested in learning about WordPress security, blogging, coding, and branding. This year’s mix of user, business, and developer-focused sessions include Joel Worsham’s WordPress Version Control workshop; WordPress, SEO, And You by Rebecca Gill; Immediately Practical Ways To Use The WordPress API by Brian Richards; and Business, Culture And Hiring For The Remote World by Krystle Herbrandson of Sucuri.