Here is the WordCamp Asia 2023 Speakers Announcement Round 1!
One of the largest WordPress events in the most populous continent on Earth, WordCamp Asia 2023 is taking place on February 17-19 in Bangkok, Thailand, next year. The event is nearing and with that, the preparations are at their peak. There are so many things to take care of in order to deliver a grand extravaganza. Likewise, Speakers are the core part of any WordCamp. They are one of the many reasons why people actually enjoy attending WordCamps. So, here is the WordCamp Asia 2023 Speakers Announcement For Round 1 who are going to deliver talks.
So, without any further ado, let us introduce you to WordCamp Asia 2023 Confirmed Speakers – Round 1.
WordCamp Asia 2023 Speakers Announcement Round 1
Francesca is the Associate Director of Engineering at XWP, where they build a better web at an enterprise scale. Her focus is on the professional growth of our engineering team, made of over seventy people from around the world. She has been active in the WordPress.org open source project since 2015: She served as the Community Team and the Core Team global representative and co-led the release of WordPress.org 5.3 and 5.4.
Isabel is a front end engineer working at Automattic and has been a maintainer and full time sponsored contributor to WordPress for the past 3 years. When not coding, reviewing or otherwise wrangling software, she enjoys getting out in the sun, growing herbs and veggies, and working on art projects.
Topic : Layout, Layout, Layout
Jonathan Wold love WordPress and he is focused on helping the WordPress ecosystem grow. His intention with the topics, he speak on is to provide anchors and reference points to support the WordPress ecosystem, especially extenders. He had the privilege of being full-time in the WordPress ecosystem for 17+ years, including 18 months at Automattic, leading community for WooCommerce.
Writer. Instructor on blockchain. Blogging on ckxpress.com powered with WordPress for 15+ years. Published “The Sociology of Blockchain: Reimagining Money, Media and Democracy” and other 2 books. Member of Creative Commons and publish all works with open license.
Hide (ひで pronounced “Hee-Day”) is a Developer Advocate at Stripe, where he works on writing, coding, and teaching how to integrate online payments. He has organized several community conferences including WordCamp Kyoto and JP_Stripes Connect 2019, the first Stripe user conference in Japan. Prior to Stripe, Hide was a lead Software Engineer at DigitalCube, focused on building plugins, open source, and developing SaaS application dashboards. Hide lives in Hyogo, Japan with his family and two cats.
Saif is currently working as the Lead Product Manager at weDevs, overseeing SaaS platforms, and WordPress products. Ex Product Manager at Poptin & Premio. He loves helping people and engaging with communities. He co-founded a Facebook community in Bangladesh with half a million members who help each other daily. He’s a passionate speaker; he often talks about WordPress, community, open-source projects, and human-centered designs.
Topic : The Secret Life of Fonts
Erstwhile co-founder at Hummingbird Web Solutions (managed a portfolio of popular WordPress themes and plugins – CyberChimps, SlideDeck, WPeka and others).
Just getting started with my new WordPress blog called WPCubicle.com
Thijs deValk is the CEO at Yoast. He has a Master’s degree in Pedagogical Sciences, which can be best understood as developmental psychology. As a behavioural scientist, he is interested in how people interact with our products, services and how they view our brand as a whole.
So, these are WordCamp Asia 2023 Speakers Announcement Round 1. They will be presenting their respective talks at the event. Make sure you go through their sessions’ summary so that you know what to expect during their talk at the event.