All the way from London, Sunny Ratilal joined us for a discussion about his university studies, WordPress development, being involved in open source, working with EDD and plenty more besides. Sunny’s a pretty brilliant chap and I very much enjoy chatting with him.
Tom Harrigan has developed websites for over six years, focusing on big media and solving challenges for news organizations and editorial teams. Before Alley Interactive, Tom was a senior developer at Code and Theory where he helped relaunch Vogue.com. He was also Lead WordPress Developer at HowAboutWe, where he worked on media properties such as Nerve.com which was recently acquired by IAC.
Phil Hoyt, is a web developer, who likes to create cool things. Ever since he was a child he has had a DIY attitude towards life. Plucking away at the keyboard late into the nights until the caffeine wore off. Now he develops creative and technical solutions with user experience always in the forefront.
Karen Arnold is a Happiness Engineer for WordPress.com at Automattic. Before working at Automattic, she ran a small web shop creating WordPress sites for small businesses. She lives in Albuquerque, New Mexico with her husband and 4 children and blogs at karenalma.com.
Zac Gordon is a professional educator with years of experience teaching in the classroom, leading workshops, giving talks and recording online courses. He has taught a range of web related topics from design and development to traditional programming and even robotics.
When I’m not behind a computer you can find me playing superheroes with my three boys, or trying to spend quality time with my amazing better half, Jackie. Utah is home, and I love to spend time in the mountains whenever I get a chance. I also love bacon, headbands, and the Utah Jazz. Probably in that order.