PodCampNashville: a #pcn11 recap


Mitch Canter getting ready to speak (credit Dave Delaney)

Mitch Canter getting ready to speak (credit Dave Delaney)

Yesterday downtown Nashville was invaded by 600+ of the brightest and best geeks in town as the Cadillac Ranch opened its doors for the third annual PodCampNashville.  People turned out in droves to hear speakers talk on creativity, development, design, marketing, public relations, and all other manner of speaking sessions.


I spoke on WordPress, and how to use it to take a blog from being “just a blog” to running a fully functional website.  There were lots of other great sessions, but for me the biggest draw is seeing people I haven’t seen in a long time, and just catching up with fellow WordPress fans, bloggers, and businesses who are looking to get their website into the new age of content management.

A special thank you goes out to the massive team of planners, volunteers, and other speakers – without you PodCamp wouldn’t have been nearly what it was, and as always the event is the biggest and best in the southeast (I’ve researched – our camps turn 4x the numbers of most of the other camps in the area, mainly because the other camps limit attendance – so it’s something to be proud of)

You can see some of the pictures below from the various photographers who attended.