The speakers once selected will show up below. We are accepting speakers registrations – do read our “Call for Speakers” and fill in the form.
will close on 15th February 2014 are now closed.
Ramya Pandyan (Idea Smith)
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.
Yavisht studied at RMIT in Australia and returned to India to jump into the web development industry. He has been making WordPress themes for over 4 years now. He is also the founder of Neryosang.
His speakers sessions is titled “”Design and develop your own WordPress Theme with Frameworks”
Manish has been active in WordPress since 2011 and is the founder of AntThemes and Themeszen and is also a contributor of free themes on WordPress.org. He has 9 themes listed on the site. He also reviews themes in his spare time.
His speaker session is titled “Introduction to getting your themes approved on WordPress.org”
Amit Singh has been involved with WordPress since 2007 and founded WPoets in 2011. He has contributed 5 plugins to WordPress plugin repository and is actively involved with WordPress users community in Pune.
He also helped organize WordCamp Pune in 2013.
His speaker session is titled “WordPress as Rapid Prototyping Tool”
Always there to help and guide those who are new to technology, he tweets @siddharthashok
Siddharth’s talk is titled “Customizing the WordPress Dashboard/Login for Clients”
Bigul is a WordPress enthusiast since 2007. He has developed many WordPress sites. Since 2011 he is working for OnTheGo Systems (makers of WPML, Views, Types and CRED) as QA Analyst.
His speaker session is titled “Setting up and running WordPress multilingual websites”
Rina Chhadwa is a developer at heart and loves working with PHP related technologies. She is passionate about Drupal and WordPress. She advocates using open source technologies. With more than 8 years of experience she finally has her own startup, Acelin Creations and is currently working overtime on it to make it big. She tweets @rinashah
Her session is titled “WordPress for Dummies” and is targeted towards introducing WordPress newbies.
An engineer by chance and a WordPress theme developer and coach by passion. I run a WP design and development agency. Apart from work, I love traveling, photography and writing poetry in leisure time.
His speaker session is titled “Troubleshooting WordPress for Beginners”
A web developer by trade, Jatin Hariani has 3 years of freelance experience under his belt. Currently practicing his skills as a technology engineer at Webly, he strives to make the web a better place, one commit at a time. He tweets about WordPress, Web Development in general and a bunch or random stuff at @JatinHariani
He speaker session is titled “Take Control of Your Code With Git”
Prasath Nadarajah lives in Colombo, Srilanka. He is a code wrangler at Automattic, makers of WordPress.com. He also contribute to the WordPress project in his spare time. He completed a GSoC project with WordPress back in 2011 where he wrote an extension to the xmlrpc API.
His speaker session is titled “How to become a plugin developer?”
Brajeshwar believes that if he needs to get things done, it should be done the right and the better way. It might take extra time in the beginning, but the process should be repeatable and eventually pave way for future enhancements.
He wants to apply the same idea to WordPress Theme design and development too. You can follow him on Twitter @Brajeshwar
His speaker session is titled “Easing WordPress Theme Development Workflow with NodeJS, Ruby, Sass and Grunt”.
He is obsessed with the mobile revolution and is the co-founder and CEO of PriceBaba.com. He started his career in 2002 as an online retailer, subsequently he ran a media company under the brand OnlyGizmos and currently works on empowering local retailers with PriceBaba.
He session is titled “No SEO, A More powerful way to do SEO with WordPress”
Rahul Bansal has been blogging and developing on WordPress since 2007. He is currently working as Founder & CEO at rtCamp – a WordPress solutions company.
He will speak on “EasyEngine – Easily Manage WordPress Sites on Nginx” – where EasyEngine is a command line tool (CLI) to make WordPress sites management on nginx easy