Borko Livić, developer iz Pule, s WordPressom radi otprilike od kad se pojavio “Duke”, (v.2.0, 2005.godina). Aktivan na WordPress support forumu, od samog početka aktivan u WordPress zajednici u Hrvatskoj, jedan od organizatora WordPress meetupova u Puli. Otac dvoje djece, ovisan o kavi, glazbi i prirodi.
I am a developer at heart, specialising mostly in WordPress. I am the editor of the WordPress section on Smashing magazine and I write for large magazines such as WPMU DEV, Tuts+ and others. When not coding or writing you’ll find me playing board games or running with my dog.
Dario Jazbec Hrvatin
Dario Jazbec Hrvatin is a web developer from Zagreb, Croatia now living in Sentilj, Slovenia. From his earliest freelancing years as a developer, he has always used WordPress as the main tool. After years of building sites for clients from Croatia and Slovenia, he moved to a remote job for the OnTheGoSystems company, proud producers of the multi-language plugin WPML. His main focus of work is in-development testing which of course also includes organizing and managing usability testing for the company’s plugins. He loves being a part of the WordPress community, thoroughly enjoys WordCamps and attends and speaks on as many of them as possible.
Domagoj is 22 year old web and software developer from Split, Croatia. Works as a Lead Developer at Slicejack, a company that produces highly reliable solutions based on WordPress for both domestic and international clients. Wrote his first lines of code when he was just 12 years old and hasn’t stopped since. Now has more than 5 years of experience with PHP and has been using WordPress on a daily basis for almost 2 years now.
Entrepreneur and developer from Banja Luka, Bosnia and Herzegovina. He has been in wordpress industry since 2010. Started as a freelancer, later on cofounded a 20 people company. Due to his passion as a developer, he sold his share and went back to freelancing. Currently working as a freelancer for one US agency, working on his own products and on a plugin a month challenge, where he pushes one free plugin to wordpress repository every month for one year. First plugin was featured in top10 best plugins of 2015 by elegantthemes and was product of the day on ProductHunt. In free time (if such thing actually exists), he likes to travel and play with Optimus, that’s his cat.
WordPress developer iz Splita, koji isključivo WordPress u svakodnevnom radu koristi od 2010. godine. Od samih početaka aktivan u hrvatskoj WordPress zajednici, predavao na prvom hrvatskom WordPress Meetupu u Zagrebu i sad nastavlja tradiciju na prvom WordCamp Croatia. Trenutno radi kao WordPress developer za tvrtku iz Bostona na razvoju WordPress multisite platforme za jednu od vodećih svjetskih tvrtki koja se bavi sigurnosnim softverom. Otac dvoje djece i zaljubljenik u motociklizam i putovanja.
After starting with web development in 1999 and later PHP, my first contact with WordPress as a developer was around 10 years ago, when I used it to make a few quick websites for friends. After pursuing various career choices throughout the years, I’ve circled back to using WordPress as my daily tool when engaging in various web projects. Right now, I’m a developer with a Boston based agency where I’m focused on running a large WordPress network for a international software security company.
Lisa LaMagna is founder and principal of LaMagna + Associates, a communications agency in San Francisco, California. She has been a WordPress fan since 2008, and speaks about content strategy, business development, marketing and public relations. Recently, LaMagna + Associates’ client was named “Best Startup in Silicon Valley, 2015.” The team has produced award winning websites and campaigns that increase revenue for professional, services and creative firms.
Marko is head software developer in a media company with experience in a large number of technologies. His main job is to ensure that news sites function properly, a task that includes managing development of new features, writing code, debugging and managing servers. When not coding he enjoys a good movie, book and dancing.
Marko Dugonjić is a designer, speaker and author based in Velika Gorica, Croatia. As the creative and user experience director at Creative Nights, he improves customers’ digital experiences for both local and international clients. He is an editor at Smashing Magazine, the author of the Smashing Book #4, chapter “The Next Steps For Web Typography”, and the founder of Typetester, an online tool for testing web fonts. Follow his design observations on @markodugonjic.
Marko is a long term WordPress contributor from the Netherlands. He uses wordPress since 2006 and started contributing back to it in 2009. After years of freelancing he now works for his own agency CodeKitchen B.V. Part of his job is improving WordPress by contributing back to the community. He is also a lead developer of GlotPress since early 2013 which is a open source tool for collabrative translating.
Petya is a Senior Project Manager at Human Made where she helps large projects across big publishers and enterprise succeed. She is a huge WordPress enthusiast, active member of the WordPress community, contributing to the awesome Polyglots team alongside some of the most inspiring people in the world. Petya organised WordCamp Europe 2014 in Sofia and WordCamp Europe 2015 in Seville with a global team of WordPress volunteers from all over the continent. You can follow Petya on Twitter and on her blog.
Sibin Grasic is a full-stack web developer by day, and a cloud system administrator by night, coming from Belgrade, Serbia. With over 500 projects under his belt, he specializes in high-availability, high-performance WordPress solutions. He’s currently a backend developer at MeksHQ, and a passionate Freelancer. You can read hist rants on @etfovac.
Tomaž spent years as a freelancer, building websites and applications for clients all over the world. He’s a completely self-taught developer who also likes to fiddle with servers.
At Codeable, he’s responsible for product development and promotion, so you might find him at a WP conference or UX workshop, where he’s trying to learn about users’ habits as much as possible.
In his free time, he spends time with his wife and four children, jumps out of perfectly working airplanes and enjoys a good movie.
Toni founded Slicejack.com when he was 21 years old. During the last 6 years Slicejack has grown from one-man show to a team that has an office in Split and services clients worldwide.