We’re pleased to announce all our speakers for WordCamp Melbourne 2013.We’ll be providing some further details on each of the sessions in the near future, so stay tuned!

Warren Denley WordPress 101 @warrendenley
Troy Dean 101 Ways to Elevate Yourself and Demand Higher Fees @troydean
Glenn Todd Sexy WordPress – How to Choose the Right Theme @glentodd
Debbie Symons Sexy WordPress – How to Choose the Right Theme @debbiesymons
Lachlan MacPherson Managing a Web Design Project – from Start to Finish @LachlanJ
Michael McKinnon Hackers Ahoy! Batten Down The Hatches @bigmac
Dan Petrovic Ten ways to screw up with Google and 10 ways to fix it @dejanseo
Narelle Hanratty Recognizing the Cycles of Blogging (or notes on dealing with the Slough of Despond) @solidgold99
Sofia Woods A blank Canvas, WooThemes Canvas as a Theme Framework @shortiedesigns
Vikki Maver How to write for an online audience LinkedIn
Gary Pendergast WordPress Performance Tuning @garypendergast
Stephen Cronin Actionable Analytics @StephenCronin
Ben May Working with massive WordPress sites, clients and enterprise @benjmay
John McKenna How WordPress is Empowering Diversity @johnmckennajp
Bronson Quick My WP Development WorkFlow @bronsonquick
Jordan Gillman Know Enough to be Dangerous @jordesign
Amelia Smith WordPress and Git @MissAmeliaSmith
David Jenyns WordPress and Video SEO @davidjenyns
Mikey De Wildt How to survive people discovering your plugin @michaeldewildt
Kylie Gusset dis [content] – a panel on blog content @gusseting
James Banks Mobile first development and design for WordPress @_jamesbanks
Vlad Lasky Beating Spam on your blog or site @AussieWPExpert
Blaz Robar Photoshop Best Practice for WordPress @blazrobar
Travis Hensgen Introducing MasterPress @_traversal
Anthony Hortin Getting started with WooCommerce @maddisondesigns
Phil Steinke Sack your Developer – 9 1/2 free WordPress Plugins to keep you sane while blogging @tgrrrwhynot
Joe Ortenzi Inclusive Design for WordPress @wheelyweb

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