That’s a wrap!

WordCamp Montréal Feedback Survey

Now that WordCamp Montreal is over, we’d love to hear what you thought of the event. Please fill in our quick online feedback survey so that we can make next year even better. Fill out the survey.

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Would you like to hear about future Montreal WordCamps? Or about other Montreal WordPress Community events like our monthly dev_meetups and social meetups? Sign-up for our low-volume newsletter. Your email will not be shared and you can unsubscribe at any time. Sign up for our newsletter.

View The Slides

Slides from the presentations at WordCamp Montreal 2012 are linked from talk descriptions on our website once speakers send them to us. View the presentation slides.

Share Your Photos

If you took photos at WordCamp Montreal, please add them to our flickr group so everyone can see them. Share your photos.

Thanks You!

Thanks again to our generous sponsors whose help makes our event so successful and keeps our ticket prices so low.

Platinum sponsor: TELUS!

Like last year we’d like to give special thanks to TELUS Shared Hosting who have generously agreed to be our top-level, Platinum sponsor, taking care of some of our biggest costs right out of the gate. TELUS provides affordable, reliable and secure website hosting. We are very happy to see them participate again this year. Their early and sustained support has been a huge help.

Sliver Sponsor: Savoir-faire Linux

Savoir-faire Linux
Savoir-faire Linux is the leading provider of training, consulting, development and support services on open technologies. We thank them for their important contribution to our event.

Bronze Sponsors: Stresslimit, Code Poet and Make Web Not War

Make Web Not War

We’d also like to thank our three Bronze level sponsors. Stresslimit is a Montreal web design and production agency. Code Poet is an important resource for anyone building sites with WordPress.  Make Web Not War is a community of tech enthusiasts. All are contributing to the community by supporting WordCamp Montreal 2012.

Aluminum sponsors

On The Go SystemsSymetris

Wysija NewslettersVortex Solution

Aluminum is not the most fancy metal, but in Quebec we know it’s immense value as a sustainable material (recycling FTW). This year’s Aluminum sponsors are OnTheGo Systems (the creators of WPML), Symetris (A web development studio specializing in WordPress and Drupal), Wysija Newsletters (a newsletter plugin for WP) and Vortex Solution (a one-stop web design service). Thanks guys!


Last but not least are our microsponsors, individuals and contractors who can’t afford a full sponsorship but still want to suppor WordCamp.

This year’s microsponsors: Jeremy Clarke, Diane Bourque, Digital Insite, Broche à foin (.biz), Uniseo TrainingShaila Nakajjumba and Ginette Gervais.

Our Speakers

Thanks to our engaging speakers who volunteered their time, shared their knowledge, and contributed to the WordPress Community while speaking at WordCamp Montreal 2012.

Our Volunteers

Thank you to our many unpaid volunteers who helped with our registration desk, our hugely successful Happiness Bar, setting up and cleaning up, greeting, translating, and in a million other ways to help WordCamp Montreal running smoothly over two sunny weekend days.

Our Community

Thank you to the Montreal WordPress Community for participating in another successful year!

Hope to see you again next year!

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