WordCamp Europe is fast approaching, and we’ve got another six speakers for you to get all excited about seeing.
Rian Rietveld is a WordPress back- & front-end developer. Web accessibility is important to her, so she is also part of the Make WordPress Accessible team.
Mika Ariela Epstein is better known as Ipstenu, the Half-Elf Support Rogue. Working for DreamHost, specializing in WordPress hosting (aka ‘WordPress Guru’), she solves any WordPress problem that comes up, trains everyone in why WordPress makes your life better, and still finds time to slash unanswered WordPress.org forum threads by night and wrangle plugins by day. A self-taught guru on Multisite and .htaccess, she has a passion for writing and technology and blogs regularly about it.
Adrian Zumbrunnen is a User Experience Designer, Writer, Speaker and Coffee Enthusiast working in the beautiful city of Zurich. He creates memorable product and communication experiences by consequently putting the user in the center of all creative efforts. Formerly at iA, he’s now attempting to create a new editing experience for the web with a new tool called FrontKit.
Joan Boluda an Online Marketing Consultant, teacher, podcaster, speaker, and writer from the beautiful city of Barcelona. He runs the Mataró WordPress Meetup, and is a co-organizer of the Barcelona WordPress Meetup and the Barcelona WordPress English Meetup. He is also one of the organizers and speaker of WordCamp Barcelona. While not evangelizing WordPress or podcasting, you can find him teaching Online Marketing Strategy at ESADE Executive Education programs.
Jordi Cabot is an ICREA Research Professor leading a software research lab at Internet Interdisciplinary Institute (UOC University, Spain). He is also the co-founder of Nelio Software, a company specialized in A/B testing services and site migrations for WordPress.
Marina Pape grew up in Cape Town, studying Psychology and English at UCT, and worked in advertising and the non-profit sector for four years followed by four years helping to grow Yuppiechef.com, South Africa’s leading eCommerce store. In 2014 an international move and bit of luck led her to WooThemes.com and down the WordPress rabbit hole and she now enjoys a typical mixed marketer’s bag day-to-day – including social media, email marketing, brand management and copywriting.