Cristi Burcă

Cristi is visiting us from Romania! Better known in the WordPress community by his alter ego “Scribu“. He’s not only the author of over 32 plugins but also one of the most prolific and well respected developers of WordPress core.

Frederick Townes

Frederick is a serial entrepreneur, technologist, marketer, speaker and Senior Technical Advisor at one of the worlds leading WordPress blogs, Frederick is best known in the WordPress community as the developer of the wildly popular W3 Total Cache. Frederick will be wrapping up WordCamp Norway with a presentation about 15 Secrets … of Top Media Companies. Frederick will be discussing entrepreneurship.

Ingvild Evje

Ingvild is a humble designer with developer-envy. Owner and manager of web agency NettSett. A peculiar human cocktail of whimsical designer and pragmatic “business woman”. It’ s a constant battle between the two. All she needs is two mugs of coffee and a fresh WordPress install to get the blood flowing. On Twitter @Nettsett

Ivelina Dimova

Ivelina works at Metronet as а WordPress Developer. Besides WordPress she has been involved in the creation of high load online eCommerce solutions with OpenCart and other Open Source platforms. She enjoys traveling, photography and yoga and draws inspiration from her world wanderings. Ivelina will deliver her developers day lecture on creating elegant backend solutions using different option frameworks including numerous insider tips on fine tuning for WordPress themes. Online presence: @iv_wp on Twitter and – Blog.

Jan Hagen

Jan works with user experience-consulting and user behavioral studies at Metronet. In his presentation he is going to talk about how we can transform websites into successful, user friendly environments with the help of research and human psychology. You can check him out on Twitter at @janhagen.

Jen Mylo

Jen Mylo (aka Jane Wells) is visiting from the USA. Jen is the UX lead for WordPress and is employed by Automattic, the creators of Jen blogs about WordPress at and can be found on Twitter at @janeforshort.

Kaspars Dambis

Kaspars is a Latvian working at Metronet in Oslo. He is the creator of the popular Widget Context plugin. Kaspars blogs about WordPress at and be found on Twitter at @konstruktors.

Konstantin Kovshenin

Konstantin is based in Russia and works for Automattic, the creators of Konstantin will be talking about WordPress theme development tips and can be found online at and on Twitter at @kovshenin.

Mario Peshev

Mario (a.k.a. @no_fear_inc) is a WordPress Engineer at Placester, he’s been contributing to WordPress projects for the past 3 years and actively supporting the Open Source community. He’s going to focus on some JavaScript specifics in the WordPress life cycle.

Marko Heijnen

Marko is a contributing developer to the WordPress core from the Netherlands. Marko was heavily involved with development for the new image manipulation API in WordPress 3.5 and will be discussing this at WordCamp Norway. Marko can be found on his site at and Twitter at @markoheijnen.

Marte Johansen

Marte has an uncanny eye for details, useful when you are project manager, owner and a little bit of everything at NettSett, a web agency in Oslo. Marte has a passion for photography, typography and everything beautiful and time-consuming. Her standard response to any question is: Go for top quality. Always. That’s why she refuses to use anything other than WordPress. Get in touch with her on Twitter: @martejohansen_

Noel Tock

Noel will be talking about inspiring ways in which every
single person (regardless of skill/speciality) can do more with
WordPress. Noel can be found online at and is @noeltock on Twitter.

Remkus de Vries

Remkus is a self-described enthusiastic WordPress user, developer, themer and aficionado from Fryslân. Remkus will be presenting about WordPress and business. Remkus blogs about WordPress at and can be found on Twitter at @DeFries.

Scott Basgaard

Scott is a self-professed WordPress fanboy and full-time employee of well known theme company WooThemes. Scott is known as a technical support guru, but is secretly also an excellent developer. You can follow him on Twitter @scottbasgaard or at his personal blog.

Siobhan McKeown

Based in the UK, Siobhan is the founder of Words for WP, a copywriting company for WordPress businesses. She’s written for WordPress people all over the globe, writes regular articles for Smashing Magazine and WP Realm. She is one of the current reps for docs, contributes to the WordPress and bbPress Codexes, and travels to many WordCamps. She can be found on Twitter at @SiobhanPMcKeown and will be speaking about how you can make WordPress better.

Tammie Lister

Tammie likes to poke pixels and tickle typography. She is a prominent member of the BuddyPress community and will be presenting a talk about “Herding Humans”. Tammie goes by the name @karmatosed online and can be found at

Thomas Bensmann

Thomas is a WordPress developer and has a history of working with mobile development and mobile strategy. His talk will focus on responsive design principles. You can find him on twitter at @thomasmb or at his blog

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