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WPTavern: GoDaddy Hires Mike Schroder to Contribute to WordPress Core Full-Time

WPTavern: GoDaddy Hires Mike Schroder to Contribute to WordPress Core Full-Time

Mike Schroder known at GetSource on Twitter and Mike on WordPress’ Slack instance is joining Aaron Campbell at GoDaddy to contribute to WordPress full-time.

Since 2011, Schroder has contributed to nearly every version of WordPress. In 2014, Schroder co-led the release of WordPress 3.9. In 2016, he lead the release of WordPress 4.5. He’s also an accomplished speaker presenting on various topics at WordCamps across the world.

According to Gabriel Mays, WordPress products and strategy leader at GoDaddy, Schroder will continue to work on the Media component in WordPress, lead the WordPress Hosting Community work group, and help merge Gutenberg into WordPress 5.0. 


Mike Schroder known at GetSource on Twitter and Mike on WordPress’ Slack instance is joining Aaron Campbell at GoDaddy to contribute to WordPress full-time. Since 2011, Schroder has contributed to nearly every version of WordPress. In 2014, Schroder co-led the release of WordPress 3.9. In 2016, he lead the release of WordPress 4.5. He’s also an accomplished speaker presenting on various topics at WordCamps across the world. According to Gabriel Mays, WordPress products and strategy leader at GoDaddy, Schroder will continue to work on the Media component in WordPress, lead the WordPress Hosting Community work group, and help merge Gutenberg…

Source: WordPress

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