Where in St. Louis can you find a bunch of WordPress core committers in one room and ask them anything you want?
But Saturday, right after lunch, you’ll have exactly that experience in our Dev Panel.
Scheduled for the big auditorium for now, it’s a chance to find out almost anything you want to know about code, Core and why things work the way they do.
A few highlights of the panel include:
Michele is an active member of the WordPress community with a broad range of experience including web site security, user support, site maintenance, and hosting.
She’s also a natural instructor, having been a featured speaker at several WordCamps. Find her at her website, cantspeakgeek.com, or on Twitter.
Known as Shredder to many, Mike Schroder is a cross-cultural kid, coffee-drinking sailor, and lover of Open Source.
By day he’s a WordPress platform lead at DreamHost; by night, and sometimes by day, he’s a Core Committer. In fact, Mike was the release lead for WordPress 4.5, which just happens to be the latest version of the core platform.
You can find him blogging on geeky things at http://getsource.net
A WordPress plugin developer from Hutchinson, KS, Pippin runs PippinsPlugins.com, the founding/parent company of Restrict Content Pro, Easy Digital Downloads, AffiliateWP and many more.
He’s is the lead developer on those products as well.
Outside WordPress, Pippin loves for sour beer, home brewing and cycling.
Reach him on Twitter: @pippinsplugins
Your moderator: Joe McGill
St. Louisan Joe McGill, a web developer at our own Washington University, will moderate the panel.
An active WordPress contributor, Joe helped lead the new respsonsive image feature in WordPress version 4.4, which came out this past winter.
Find him on Twitter: @joemcgill.
More panelists are still to be added, so check back and don’t forget to grab tickets.