Nile Flores is a well known WordPress fan and active member of the WordPress community. She spoke at WordCamp Chicago 2010. She is a web designer and a WP plugin developer who has dedicated over 8 years to helping others with their websites. She talks about WordPress, social media, blogging, web design, and SEO. Her main goal is to help others rock their site out by thinking outside of the box. She runs WPAddict.net too!
Mike helps companies recognize WordPress as a Strategic Business Platform, and also develops Plugins to leverage the 13 million+ self-hosted WordPress sites.
He can be quite helpful on the WP-Hackers mailing list as well, too.
Antonio is has mad more WordPress sites than I can count. He turns a PSD mockup into a theme like a machine. He is an innovative developer that makes new concept and ideas a reality.
Shawn has filled a gaping hole in the WP tutorial world. That is, tutorials for folks who’ve never used WP before and wouldn’t know a post from a page, or category from a tag.
The tutorials at WP101.com are well structured, thorough and at a good steady pace.
Designer/developers can now direct their clients to Shawn’s WP101 site and let his excellent tutorials teach them how to use WP.
For us designer/devs who suck at training – it’s a godsend!
Shawn’s a legend and should be knighted for services to the WP community!
Joshua Parker supports the web standards project and is a web standards coder and PHP developer. He codes websites using web standards in order to make sites more accessible as well as less complex.
Joost de Valk, an SEO consultant and web developer living in Wijchen, near Nijmegen, the Netherlands.
Plugin Author of: Sociable, Yoast Breadcrumbs, Upcoming and many more.
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.
Mariano has run the first WordCamp outside San Francisco almost 3 years ago, bringing Matt to Argentina… and he is helping people on at least 3 countries in Latinamerica to run their own WordCamps without even asking to be mentioned.
Mariano hizo el primer WordCamp fuera de San Francisco hace 3 años y trajo a Matt Mullenweg a Argentina (ya 2 veces) y ahora está ayudando a otros 3 países de la región a armar sus propios Wordcamps sin siquiera pedir ser mencionado y eso vale resaltarlo.
Christian, Patriotic American, Veteran, Linux Aficionado, Professional Geek, Programmer, WordPress Developer, Mac User.