Next Steps For WordPress: Introducing our Sunday Workshops

To complement two days of extensive immersion into dozens of WordPress topics and related subjects, WordCamp Minneapolis – St. Paul offers a third day of intensive workshops focusing on Design and Development. Take the Next Steps to move your WordPress acumen and abilities forward. Highly experienced WordPress professionals will guide you to a new level of knowledge and capabilities for web creation and client satisfaction.


Workshops are an additional cost for Sunday Only, and workshop tickets do not include the cost of admission on Friday and Saturday. Each track goes all day, so please only choose one when purchasing tickets.

Design Track

Are you a web designer who wants to make the best use of your creativity with advanced WordPress design tools and strategies? Do you long to improve managing client projects and all the details of working with multiple contributors and content sources? The Design track covers working with frameworks and content lifecycles, so you may become more agile in your work and more successful with your WordPress projects.

Get Your Design Workshop Tickets

Development Track

Are you a web developer looking to expand into new realms of WordPress coding and development? Have you wondered about new directions for frontend production and backend management? The Development track introduces technologies and strategies for taking WordPress to the next level, including working with JavaScript and the REST API, so you can build advanced interfaces and custom applications.

Get Your Development Workshop Tickets


Looking to get involved with Contributing to WordPress? We will also be hosting a Contributor Day on Sunday, which is FREE with your contributor day ticket.

View the Sunday Schedule

2 Replies to “Next Steps For WordPress: Introducing our Sunday Workshops”

    1. Hi Randi,
      Yes, anyone who gets a free ticket (including speakers and sponsors) covers the main camp sessions on Friday/Saturday, and workshops are an additional cost. This is mostly due to the limited space in the workshops. Contributor Day on Sunday is free to everyone however!

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