WordCamp Bharatpur 2019 is happening on 9th November 2019 [ 23rd Kartik 2076 ] at Panaroma Garden, Bharatpur – 7, Krishnapur, Chitwan. This event is organized for the first time in Bharatpur, Nepal. However, WordCamps has already been successfully organized in 3 cities of Nepal; Kathmandu, Pokhara, Biratnagar.
As we all know, WordPress is one of the most popular and widely used content management system (or CMS) on the internet. It runs on PHP & MySQL and is open source software available for free. WordPress is used by more than 60 million websites which are around 33% of the world’s websites and cover almost 60% market shares of known CMS.
And, the WordCamps are community-driven International Conference centered on WordPress. These events are a wonderful place for anyone from novice to already established developers, entrepreneur interested to learn, connect and contribute to WordPress and WordPress Community.
WordCamp Bharatpur 2019 has included many presentations and demos, motivational sessions, workshops, etc. covering basic to advanced topics like “REST API and its implications in WordPress”, “Fundamental of Writing Secure Code in WordPress”, “WordPress Basic to Advanced Customization Workshop” and many more. You can check the full day schedule here.
Some of the experts and professionals speaking in the WordCamp Bharatpur 2019 are; Utsav Singh Rathour, Yam Bahadur Chhetri, Bikash Pun Magar, Santosh Panta, Madan Panthi and …
More than 300 participants and speakers from different places of Nepal and all around the world are expected to attend this one-day conference.
If you haven’t registered yet and want to join this event, you can check here for a ticket. A regular ticket costs NPR 1500/- and you can pay by eSewa/Khalti, bank transfer or by cash.
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