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WordCamp Montreal 2013

29 June 1 July 2013

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WordCamp Montreal is a conference about the world's most popular blogging and CMS software, WordPress. Developers, designers and bloggers will come together for WordPress related talks, workshops and networking.

Our fifth annual installment will take place on June 29 and 30, 2013 at 175 President-Kennedy Avenue.

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41 sessions

Sessions Day 1 from 9am to 6pm Saturday 29th June 2013

Sessions Day 2 from 9am to 5pm Sunday 30th June 2013

Picnic Day 3 from 11:30am to 2pm Monday 1st July 2013

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46 known attendees

  • Hanni Ross
  • Samuel Lavoie
  • Carl Alexander
  • Warren Wilansky
  • Lucas Cherkewski
  • WPFormation Ⓦ
  • immeemz
  • Alex
  • Al Davis
  • Christine Rondeau
  • CT Moore
  • Hugh McGuire
  • jeremyclarke
  • Joseph Karr O'Connor
  • Kathryn Presner
  • Kaylynne Johnson
  • Kirk Wight
  • Liesl Barrell
  • Meagan Hanes
  • michelle weber
  • Rami Sayar
  • Richard Archambault
  • sarah ✈ semark
  • Troy Chaplin
  • Victor Granic
  • Yannick Lefebvre
  • Alexandre Simard
  • Brad Muncs
  • Brian Hoke
  • Carolyn Sonnek
  • Chris Burbridge
  • Elise Desaulniers
  • Emmanuelle Demeules
  • ARSENEAULT Cons.
  • Shannon
  • CU Web Services
  • Michal Bluma
  • Marie-Lynn Richard
  • Diane Bourque
  • brendan sera-shriar

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  • John Foliot
  • Patrick Tanguay
  • Arthur Rigaud
  • Danielle Sayer
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