Moderator and support forum member, and also does work on the WordPress.org website.
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Jared Williams is the developer of WPHonors and the person hosting the Award “show” that is this site. He is also the developer, designer and author New2WP.com, a great source for all things WordPress, and also the design blog Tweeaks.com. Jared is always seeking new and original ways to contribute to the WordPress community.
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.
Dougal was one of the original WordPress core developers, contributing features such as XML-RPC API support, mass re-enabling of plugins, Conditional GET support for feeds, and Post Custom Fields, which became the basis for countless plugin and theme features.
He has contributed several plugins to the WordPress ecosystem over the years, including Fancybox Gallery, Easy Gravatars, Theme Preview, and a filter for Talk Like a Pirate Day which has been subsequently adapted for numerous other systems including Drupal and Joomla.
Dougal has presented at WordCamp Birmingham for all three years it has been around, and was also selected as a presenter for the inaugural WordCamp Atlanta. Topics have included “The Future of WordPress”, which discussed upcoming features in WordPress 2.7, “Jumping Into WordPress Plugin Programming”, which will see an updated version at the October PHP Atlanta meeting, and “Pitfalls of a Popular Project”.
I guess the best way to describe what I did was a complete integration of WordPress with bbPress, fitting into the style and feel of my site, all customized by me with many interesting and unique features.
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.
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!
The idea behind WordPress Snippets is simple; to provide small snippets of code, helping you to create a magic WordPress Theme. The original documentation of WordPress is excellent, but not as straight forward as you may want. Straight forward is the lead word for WP Snippets. No talk, just Snippets.