WordCamp US 2023 is Announcing Speakers – Round 3. So, here is the list.
WordCamp US 2023 is taking place this year on 24-26 August 2023. The event is happening at the Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center in National Harbor, Maryland. And the team is really excited to welcome the third round of WordCamp US speakers. This is the third in a series of daily announcements sharing a different group of talented speakers.
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 event. Likewise, Speakers are the core part of the WordCamp. They are one of the reasons why many people enjoy attending WordCamp. The WCUS2023 team has announced the first, second, and third round of WCUS2023 confirmed speakers, who are going to deliver ‘Development Talks’.
So, without any further ado, join us in welcoming third-round speakers at WordCamp US 2023 in Maryland.
WordCamp US 2023 Announcing Speakers – Round 3
As the VP of Technical Support for DreamHost, Andrea Silas leads a team of highly qualified and multicultural agents, offering 24/7 support to customers around the globe. Andrea joined the DreamHost family in 2003 as a support agent. Growing with the company, she ended up moving into the VP position in 2014, where her main focus is providing near-instantaneous support to predominantly WordPress customers through multiple languages and various channels, including Live Chat, email, social media, and self-help services.
Antonio Sejas is a Software Engineer from Madrid, now residing in the Canary Islands. He completed an MSc in Artificial Intelligence in 2020 and has made significant contributions to the development of the Vimeo Plugin and the Harvard University website while working for Modern Tribe. Antonio is proficient in React, helped to create React bootcamps for Reboot Academy, and worked as a mentor at Udacity.
Dmitry, a Lead Front-End Engineer at 10up, excels at crafting efficient and minimalist solutions. Hailing from Toronto (for now), he takes inspiration from the beauty of simplicity, just like Canadians often skip pronouncing the last “t” in “Toronto.” Dmitry’s approach to work reflects his distaste for overcomplication, always striving to build lean and elegant solutions.
Henri is a developer who has turned his interests to a passionate mix of site performance engineering with pinches of user experience. This led to him joining Catchpoint Systems, as Head of Developer Community. When not reading the deluge of docs and case studies, streaming, or profiling sites in his favourite tool, Henri can be found contributing back to the community — leading the Toronto Web Performance Group meetup + Jamstack Toronto meetup, helping curate conference speakers and content.
Justin Kopepasah is a Lead Software Engineer and Consultant with a rich background in software development. His specialty areas include WordPress, web applications, automation, and testing. He is passionate about leading and mentoring, and believes in sharing his knowledge to nurture the growth of budding developers. Always forward-thinking, Justin is deeply engaged in harnessing the power of Artificial Intelligence to revolutionize software development.
Hooked since 2005, when he tried to build a site with a Flash frontend and a WordPress backend. He thinks the kids call that a Headless CMS nowadays. Jamaican-born, Russian-speaking, Houston-residing, cat-loving, Chelsea-supporting PHP Developer, currently enriching the lives of Global members through code at The Motley Fool.
Sumner has been designing websites since 1997 and was introduced to WordPress in 2008 and fell in love with it. Web Accessibility is her passion. She is a member of the International Association of Accessibility Professionals (IAAP) and an active supporter of various disability organizations. Her passion is to educate web designers using WordPress on the value and ease of universal and accessible design.
So, these were the WCUS2023 annnounced speakers – Round 3 who will present their talks at WordCamp US 2023. Make sure you go through their sessions’ summary so that you know what to expect during their talk at the event.
So, these were the few announced speakers who will be presenting their respective talks at the WordCamp US 2023.
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