Registrations open for WDCNZ 2013

WDCNZ 2012

We’re thrilled to support the third WDCNZ conference, which is to be held on 25th July.

We love supporting such a great conference, and it gives us the opportunity to send the whole of our New Zealand development team to learn from the best in the business.

For those who don’t know: WDCNZ – “Tech talks for web devs” – is a full day conference with multiple streams covering the bleeding edge of web development. This year’s line-up of speakers looks stellar.

The confirmed speaker line-up includes luminaries of the web developer community such as Julia Grace, Garann Means, Rob Conery and Zach Holman. You can head over to wdcnz.com to see the whole programme as of today. As well as Xero, sponsors include Heyday, GitHub, Campaign Monitor and Lil Regie.

We think WDCNZ is a stunning opportunity for our development teams to learn from, get in front of the speakers and mix with attendees at the event. WDCNZ organisers have confirmed they are expecting over 350 delegates to attend.

That’ll be part of the reason for them upgrading the venue to the awesome Michael Fowler Centre, one of Wellington’s premier conference venues.

We love all things web dev and the help we provide to bring WDCNZ to Wellington each year. Earlybird tickets are available now for NZ$299 inc. GST (quite a saving on the standard price of $399 so get in now), earlybirds will be available for around the next 8 weeks.

Register over at wdcnz.com

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