Sarah Gooding is a User Interface Designer/Developer, specializing in open source content management systems and social networking architecture. She writes daily at WPMU.org on WordPress, Multisite and BuddyPress. In her spare time she enjoys writing plugins for WordPress and BuddyPress as well as creating new themes.
Ian, a WordPress developer and designer, is the creator of the Thematic Theme Framework which the new WordPress default theme TwentyTen is based on.
He is also the leader of the official Automattic Theme Team which oversees submissions to the WordPress theme repository.
Web Developer / Freelancer. You might know me from ThemeLab.com or CustomTheme.com. I tweet oodles of WordPress-related stuff on @themelab.
Husband, Web designer, developer, WordPress bigfan, Pods CMS dev team member, amateur photographer, writer, and I like Seinfeld a lot.
I am a blogger, Web Designer, SEM, Affiliate Marketer, WordPress Geek, Florida Gator, and one cool guy who you should know on the web.
WP plugin coder and securitising dude, geek, atheist, chronic pain sufferer, owned by two cats and a human
Ptah is a core contributor of WordPress, BuddyPress developer and co-founder of DevPress.com. Since 2006, Ptah has been involved in WordPress creating themes and plugins as well as pioneering new development best practices. He is best known for his work contributing in WordPress 3.0 as well as authoring WP Framework, a rapid theme development framework. Ptah frequently travels and currently lives in Miami, FL doing WordPress consulting full-time. You can find Ptah online at ptahdunbar.com, or on Twitter (@ptahdunbar).
The Sultan of Cool. James is an all around stellar dude that blogs in the tech, new media space.
Co-founder and partner at Bonsai Interactive, offering social media, digital and mobile marketing solutions and applications.
Danny’s blog is featured in the AdAge Power 150 list as well as Canada’s Top 50 Marketing Blogs, and won the Hive Award for Best Social Media Blog at the 2010 South by South West festival.
John is a lead developer for not one, but *two* core WordPress projects; namely BuddyPress and bbPress.
After practically carrying BuddyPress on his shoulders for several months, John also volunteered to rewrite the existing bbPress project into a WordPress plugin.
Let’s hear it up for this crazy-coding JJJ guy!