We announced three lists of speakers for WordCamp Mumbai 2015. Today, I am announcing the final list of speakers.
Here are the seven we are proud to announce.
Roshnikumar is an open-source fundamentalist. He is the founder of Globizs Web Solutions Pvt Ltd
which has been developing websites on WordPress since 2006. They have developed more than 200 WordPress websites along with a few dozen websites for Government of Manipur.
Speaker Session: WordPress Security – OWASP TOP 10 Protection
Akshay discovered WordPress in 2008 and has been in love with it since then. He started moonlighting on small client projects and custom plugin development. He subsequently tried to bootstrap a WordPress services firm just to discover that services is not something that he wants to do for a living.
By day, Akshay is a Human Resources professional and heads HR at the India office of Fab.com
Currently he occasionally freelances on interesting WordPresss projects and supports a couple of WordPress plugins authored by him. He aspires to build a successful WordPress product company some day.
Speaker Session: Embedding and consuming external content in WordPress: Requests, Caching, Parsing
IdeaSmith is the digital doppelgänger of Ramya Pandyan (middle-class Mumbaikar, intrepid train-traveller). As IdeaSmith, she battles obscurity, slays boredom and keeps a lot of people entertained with her stories about Mumbai, men, books and life at large. She blogs, tweets, Insta’s, FB’s, +G’s and Goodreads.
Speaker Session: The Content Creator’s Life – Challenges, Motivations, Concerns
Raj Mehta is an 18-year-old blogger and designer, who is going through the throes of formal education. He got into web design when he was 15 and has never looked back since.
He blogs at “Raj himself“ about his experiences. When not attending college or working, he spends his time playing the keyboard and hanging out with smart folks.
Speaker Session: Typography for WordPress
Born and raised in Mumbai, Jatin Hariani is a developer and designer with 4 years of experience under his belt. From major web applications to simple corporate websites, WordPress has been a major building block in most of the projects he has worked on.
He tweets about WordPress, Web Development in general and a bunch or random things at @JatinHariani.
Speaker Session: Simple WordPress Troubleshooting
Krishna (aka Adaire) is a 17 year old from Mumbai who blogs at Ink on Pixels. She has been taken part in NaNoWriMo 2014 and is a national level TSEC 2014 debator. She has also written a novel.
Speaker Session: WordPress and the Youth!
Vishal Kothari has been working with WordPress for the last 3 years. He is the founder of Tyche Softwares, a company that develops WordPress plugins. Vishal has been working with PHP since last 14 years.
Speaker Session: WordPress Settings API – Settings, Sections & Fields
Hope you are happy with our finalized list of speakers. You can view the entire list here.
So join us for WordCamp Mumbai, tickets are available!