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Kellen Mace
Kellen Mace
WP Engine, USA
Talk: Build a Headless WordPress App with Next.js and WPGraphQL
Kellen Mace works on the Developer Relations team at WP Engine. He and his team produce content on how to build modern JavaScript apps powered by headless WordPress backends at [developers.wpengine.com](http://developers.wpengine.com/). He is a contributor to WPGraphQL and the creator of the WPGraphQL for Gravity Forms plugin. He has been building and launching production headless WordPress applications for a number of years, and loves teaching others how to do the same.
Jeff Everhart
Jeff Everhart
WP Engine, USA
Talk: Remixing WordPress: Building a Headless Site with Remix, WPGraphQL, and Web Fundamentals
Jeff is a Senior Developer Advocate at WP Engine, where he focuses on creating educational resources that blend JavaScript and WordPress. He’s been developing websites since 2011, and has worked for R1 universities, startups, agencies, and enterprises developing web applications. As a self taught developer, he taught himself to code because it seemed faster than counting the exclamation marks in Walt Whitman’s Leaves of Grass. News flash: it wasn’t, but in the 1855 version there are 1227.
Colby Fayock
Colby Fayock
Applitools, USA
Talk: Exploring the WordPress Graph with Next.js & WPGraphQL
Learning by doing is the best way to learn and it’s how Colby Fayock helps others learn about Javascript, React, and the static web. His work includes writing on freecodecamp.org, videos on YouTube, and courses on egghead.io as well as his first book 50 Projects for React & the Static Web.
Sid Chatterjee
Sid Chatterjee
Cloudflare, UK
Talk: Using GraphQL on WordPress
Senior Systems Engineer at Cloudflare. Building Rust for JavaScript Developers. When he isn't writing code, Sid enjoys scuba diving, reading and lazing with his dogs. He lives in London, UK and writes at sidhartha.dev.
Pablo Postigo
Pablo Postigo
Frontity, Spain
Talk: Building React frontends for WordPress
Software Engineer, entrepreneur and foodie. Born and raised in Madrid, Spain. Pablo and his team are on a mission to make building delightful user experiences universally accessible. He founded Frontity in 2015, has raised 1.5M€ in funding and since June 2019, Frontity became a 100% open-source project after releasing their framework for building lighting sites using React and WordPress.
Matt Landers
Matt Landers
WP Engine, USA
Talk: Workshop: Mixing Content, Commerce, and SEO with Headless WordPress
Matt Landers leads the DevRel team at WP Engine, after joining the company in 2019 as a Technical Architect who was (and still is) super passionate about headless. That passion ultimately played a major role in the release of Atlas, which pairs WP Engine’s industry-leading WordPress platform with Node.js hosting to enable headless solutions using modern frameworks and technologies like React, Vue, and more. Before joining WP Engine, he served as Technology Evangelist at Microsoft, where he educated developers on the advantages of adopting .NET and worked with Fortune 100 companies to build some of the largest enterprise systems as an Architect. Additionally, Matt founded Covalence, a coding bootcamp, channeling his passion for teaching developers.
Will Johnston
Will Johnston
WP Engine, USA
Talk: Workshop: Mixing Content, Commerce, and SEO with Headless WordPress
Will Johnston is a Developer Advocate on the DevRel team at WP Engine. He started coding when he was 10 years old, and began coding professionally at 15. He got his start working on an open source competency tracking tool for schools with Python and Zope. Will founded Covalence alongside Matt Landers, and served as CTO. At WP Engine, Will is excited to help make the headless CMS world a better place by helping others embrace headless and make the most out of new tools and technologies.
Colby Fayock
Colby Fayock
Applitools, USA
Talk: Scaling WordPress with Next.js
Learning by doing is the best way to learn and it’s how Colby Fayock helps others learn about Javascript, React, and the static web. His work includes writing on freecodecamp.org, videos on YouTube, and courses on egghead.io as well as his first book 50 Projects for React & the Static Web.