Bambang Sugiarto

More than 10 years of experience in various fields of application and web development. One of the professional web developer and wordpress expert from Indonesia. The founder of minilibra.com, and also known as the author of Asynchronous Google Analytics plugin for WordPress, and an active member in the WordPress community in Indonesia and International to give his contribution and passion in WordPress development.

Dremeda

WordPress Contributor Dev/Design/Security Addict. Founder of @CubicTwo, and Co-Founder of @Sucuri_Security.

John Hawkins

John Hawkins is a long time web developer, WordPress enthusiast, WordCamp speaker and organizer living on the outskirts of Las Vegas with his wife and two teenage children. In 2009 John co-founded 9seeds, a custom WordPress development company.

Jeff Chandler

The “unofficial” voice of the WordPress community Jeff has built an outstanding resource known as the WordPress Tavern.

He is also founder and host of the WordPress Weekly podcast.

Jean-Baptiste Jung

Developer and blog author of multiple WordPress sites. Provides great tutorials and resources for people learning to use WordPress.

Fernando Tellado

Divulgador y promotor de la comunidad WordPress en Español, creador del blog más influyente sobre WordPress en Español, Ayuda WordPress, el foro de la comunidad WordPress y ponente en numerosos eventos.

Puedes seguirle en su blog personal, Navegando con Red, donde además de WordPress también publica artículos de opinión sobre temas de actualidad, social media y management 2.0, a través de Twitter, Facebook o LinkedIn.

Montana Flynn

Montana is a WordPress designer who loves to push the envelope in his work. He is currently into wider designs with lots of CSS3 and whitespace.

Jonathan Christopher

Husband, Web designer, developer, WordPress bigfan, Pods CMS dev team member, amateur photographer, writer, and I like Seinfeld a lot.

John James Jacoby

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!