Speakers

The speakers for WordCamp Kansas City, 2012

Akram Taghavi-Burris

WordPress and Education
Website: http://www.pittstate.edu
Twitter: @ataghaviburris

Brian Bookwalter

Project Management
Website: www.bookwalterdesign.com
Twitter: @BrianBookwalter

Brody Dorland

WordPress and Measurement
Website: allurenewmedia.com
Twitter: @brodydorland

Calvin Robertson

WordPress as a CMS
Website: www.eveofcreativity.com
Twitter: @eveofcreativity

Chip Bennett

Custom Theme Creation
Website: http://www.chipbennett.net
Twitter: @chip_bennett

Christopher Ensell

WordPress and Mobile
Website: http://ensellitis.com
Twitter: @ensellitis

Jason Petersen

WordPress as a Dynamic Platform
Website: www.thisisturbine.com
Twitter: @thisisturbine

Jonathan Wondrusch

Creation of Plugins A-Z
Website: http://bybloggers.net
Twitter: @bybloggers

Justin Kopepasah

Responsive Design
Website: http://kopepasah.com
Twitter: @kopepasah

Karen Arnold

Kate Canterbury

WP and Community
Website: http://theguavaliciouslife.com
Twitter: @guavalicious

Kristin Falkner

Custom Theme Creation
Website: http://www.kristinfalkner.com
Twitter: @KristinCodesWP

Melanie Haas

Reverse Engineering Themes
Website: www.vml.com
Twitter: @mel_haas

Nile Flores

Typography
Website: http://blondish.net
Twitter: @blondishnet

Otto

Ask Me Anything (The Power of Support)
Website: ottopress.com
Twitter: @Otto42

Philip McFee

Design and Marketing
Website: http://www.flying-hand.com
Twitter: @TweetFH

Pippin Williamson

Developing modular plugins.
Website: http://pippinsplugins.com
Twitter: @pippinsplugins

Rebecca Haden

Linkbuilding and SEO
Website: http://www.hadeninteractive.com
Twitter: @rebeccahaden

Rick Nielsen

WordPress End User Training
Website: http://thewebtrainer.com
Twitter: @thewebtrainer

Stephanie Scharf

WP and Ajax
Website: http://stephscharf.me
Twitter: @5t3ph

Tom Jenkins

BuddyPress
Website: http://techguytom.com
Twitter: @techguytom

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