WordCamp Mumbai 2016

WPPlugins

As a multinational software development agency with substantial WordPress expertise, we believe that we ought to maintain an active role in the WordPress community—that’s why we do our best to send members of Codal’s offshore teams to WordPress conferences around the world.

WordCampMumbai

Last week, we sent three senior WordPress developers from Codal’s Ahmedabad office to WordCamp Mumbai in the hopes that they would bring back new and innovative strategies for WP development.

Our developers met with some of the best and brightest WP developers in India, and they had a lot to say about the experience.

“WordCamp Mumbai was a wealth of information and we’re excited to bring back what we learned to our newest projects.”
Hardik Deliwala

Some of the more notable speakers at the conference were Sakin Shrestha, and Sam Hotchkiss, two titans of the WordPress world.

Sakin Shrestha
Sakin Shrestha is a technology entrepreneur based in Nepal. He got into WordPress in 2007, and started creating and reviewing themes in 2012. He is the founder of Catch Themes, Catch Internet and Theme Palace He also started Acclaim Technology (an umbrella organization of seven successful IT companies), and is co-owner and reviewer atThemeReview.Co. He is actively involved in the WordPress community, organizing WordCamp Nepal since 2012, and speaking at events in Nepal and abroad.

Sam Hotchkiss
Sam has been developing sites with WordPress for over 10 years. He built and ran an enterprise-level agency, then built a plugin business around BruteProtect, a security plugin which was acquired by Automattic in August of 2014. Sam now leads the Jetpack development team, working on the Jetpack plugin in use on millions of WordPress sites across the internet.