The best thing about open source software is that it is backed by a great community. The ever-active community of WordPress developers, designers, and bloggers is a magnificent example of this. From its nascent release in 2003 to its present-day form, the peer support for WordPress has been its lifeline.
So, today is #FollowFriday and we think it is a great idea to recommend some WordPress personalities that you should follow. (Don’t pester these guys for freebies, please.)
Moreover, this list is not a ranking and it is definitely not the final say. If you think that you (or someone you know) is worthy of being followed, leave your recommendations in the comments section below.
Well, it is tragic if you have not discovered Matt yet. Matt is awesome at keeping the whole community together with his podcast series, The Matt Report.
Jesse contacted me in the middle of the night to introduce a great WordPress security plugin, Clef. I was readily impressed. He gives great guidance on WordPress security hardening.
To be very honest, Rebecca has one of the hardest jobs in the WordPress community. She moderates one of the largest WordPress communities on LinkedIn (and we all know that on LinkedIn, everyone means business).
Not many are as good as Brennen when it comes to the security of WordPress administration. WordCamps from all around love to have him over. He is currently the CEO of Clef.
David is famous in the inbound marketing circles. Mostly, his plugins help people in marketing their website.
Devin eats, breathes, and sleeps WordPress and his website is delightful resource for learning new things about this application.
Now, how can you not love a great fellow like Dustin? Through his website, he helps people build better WordPress websites.
Well, first things first, you pronounce his last name as JAKE-with. Now that’s cleared out, Mark is a man with a mission. He wants to “bring intuitive, low-cost web publishing to everyone who has anything to say.” Nice!
John is an incredible guy who runs the WordCamp in Nashville, USA. He has shared great things about WordPress development and design on his company’s blog.
David is ever so helpful. He is very active across WordPress-related LinkedIn groups.
Paul has created a great plugin to gamify a WordPress website. He occasionally guides people with WordPress development.
Cory is founder of iThemes, a WordPress themes and plugins website. He also co-authored a book called WordPress All-in-One for Dummies.
Amber has a solid experience of 15 years in coding. She shares little gems on her blog about WordPress every now and then.
Tom is just a lovable fellow. He is very approachable and gives great opinions on all things WordPress.
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