What Our Speakers are Saying About #WCNO

Have you taken a look at the official schedule for WordCamp Norway 2015 yet?!

We’ve got an amazing speakers list lined up for you this year with a mix of local rockstars in the community and a handful of well-known internationals flying in from all over the world to join us in Oslo for an exciting event.

We asked a few of the speakers what they were looking forward to at WordCamp Norway and here’s what they said:

Tom Nowell

“I hear every year Norway was awesome, and I’ve always wanted to visit, and now I’m actually going!!!!”

Bjørn Johansen

“WordCamp Norway is so full of awesomeness there is no way I’m not going to be there!”

Andrey “Rarst” Savchenko

“It is my favorite WordCamp yet. I had a wonderful time last year and looking forward to coming back.”

Veselin Nikolov

“The awesome WordCamp Norway team is giving me the chance to convince you that leading is a skill, not a talent.”

Niklas Högefjord

“WordCamp Norway has always been a great WordCamp to attend. Well organized, speakers and attendees from different countries, great afterparty and friendly people.”

Andreas Beining

“The largest gathering of Norway’s WordPress community. How can that be wrong?!”

Jenny Wong

“I’m excited to attend WordCamp Norway because I’ve heard so many wonderful things about the community in Norway and would love to meet them all in person!”

Marko Heijnen

“They say a day without laughter is a day wasted, the same goes for a year without a WordCamp Norway.
It’s an incredible experience with every time new things to enjoy.”

Kristin Kokkersvold

“I look forward to learn new stuff, and off-course to meet and hang out with fellow WordPress’ers.”

Barry Kooij

“The combination of great talks, a nice crowd and the amazing Norwegian landscape make this one of my favorite WordCamps.”

Ryan Hellyer

“WordCamp Norway was the first international WordCamp I ever intended, and I’m excited to return again to see what the Norwegian community is up to.”

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