While we’re still waiting for our final speakers to confirm, we’d like to introduce you to our third batch of speakers, who will be covering accessibility, polyglots, agile development, WooCommerce, and Jetpack.
Luminus Olumide Alabi
Luminus Olumide Alabi is a Happiness Engineer in the WooCommerce team at Automattic.
Graham is a Web Accessibility Consultant for his own company Coolfields Consulting. He works with organisations to help them improve the accessibility of their websites – testing the websites for accessibility, and advising the designers and developers on how to fix issues found. He has also written detailed training courses on accessibility for developers which he presents on a regular basis.
He is also a WordPress developer, and has built many accessible WordPress websites for clients – both large and small. He has contributed the Make WordPress Accessible Team and has spoken on accessibility to many WordCamps and other WordPress meetups.
Outside of work you’re likely to find him playing his guitar, recording his next album or performing at local open mic evenings.
Claire is a freelance web developer and accessibility advocate based in Edinburgh. Claire’s ideal clients are businesses, nonprofits and entrepreneurs who are passionate about access and inclusion. She loves learning and blogs regularly on her site A Bright Clear Web.
Daniel is a self-employed software developer working in Edinburgh. He has been working in PHP and WordPress for 9 years and has done everything from plugin and theme development to setting up brand new sites for customers.
Andres is a Colombian front-end developer currently living in Sevilla after working in Paris for five years. He is a WordPress enthusiast working at OnTheGoSystems in support, training and lately as a Community Events leader.
He is a Colombian coffee addict, a traveler and an eternal languages student.
Kayleigh is a WordPress Support Specialist at 34SP.com . She works supporting customers with their WordPress related issues and enjoys using WordPress in her personal as well as professional life, and also enjoys contributing to the community.
Get your ticket today
Can’t wait for the third and final group? Get your #wcedin ticket today. It covers both days of the conference – 22 and 23 July – and gets you access to all sessions, lunch, coffee breaks, swag, and the after party.