WordPress London Meetup – Feb. 2015

26th February 2015


We’re spreading the WordPress development love at February’s Meetup.


Annabel Kaye

Annabel started her career in PR (non profit) before moving on to publishing and consumer law (Which? magazine) followed by advertising and HR.  She founded Irenicon in 1980 (an employment law and HR consultancy) and has spent the intervening years helping some of the largest organisations in the UK (and some of the smallest) sort out the people and employment law issues that come with change.  She founded KoffeeKlatch in 2009 specifically to support organisations outsourcing to freelancers.  Her practical expertise in outsourcing to VAs, web designers, bookkeepers, trainers and more, is a key part of her speakers story.

Mike Little

Mike is the co-founding developer of WordPress, the website building software that powers more than 23% of the web. He started it in 2003 with Matt Mullenweg and went on to work with a small band of volunteer developers to build and improve the software. WordPress is now developed by a huge world-wide community.

He now runs zed1.com, his WordPress specialist company providing web development, training, and consultancy services.  He is a long-term software developer with many programming languages, many disciplines, and many years under his belt.  He lives in Stockport, UK with his family.

Scott Cariss

Scott is a full-time developer at Big Fish working with clients such as Yeo Valley, Dorset Cereals, and Tyrrells Crisps. Scott is passionate about technology and gadgets. In his spare time, he likes to tinker with computer hardware and software to automate as many things as possible.


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Dan Maby

Dan is a director at blue 37. He thrives on business development and project management, as well as having a passion for productivity & marketing.  He’s the founder of WP&UP, a charity supporting the WordPress community’s mental, physical, business and code health.   You’ll also find him organising WordPress focused events including #wpldn#wpEssex & #wpSuffolk.