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Ahmad AwaisAhmad Awais
Evangelizing open source and coding best practices for over ten years, by building a community and being directly involved with the core WordPress software to improve dev-workflows with an impact on over 30% of the internet sites. A developer advocate who loves purple (it can be genius).
I like computers, problems and using the former to solve the latter. I believe in elegance over adequacy, thoughtfulness over impulse, and in the wonder of the world as we can see it. I have had been designing web pages since the early days of tables & spacers. And no – I’ve never used the scrolling marquee with Comic Sans fonts. 🤣
Hey, you! Let’s connect.
Well, hello there. Thanks for stopping by!
It looks like you’re interested in getting to know me better. Well, I’m happy to oblige. You see, for the last couple of years, I publish these detailed and extensive ‘Year-in-Review’ posts to keep track of my progress, changes, achievements, and more. Mostly to help fight that silly imposter syndrome — but hey it makes for a good read.
My Years in Review#
If you’d like to know who I am and what I stand for, then read the following:
- 🐺 2018 Year in Review: Open Source, Node.js, & Developer Relations
- 🦁 2017 Year in Review: Open Source, TheDevCouple, & What’s Next
- 🦊 2016 Year in Review: WordPress, Business, & Getting Married
- 🐼 2015 Year in Review: Commitment to WordPress & Epic Moments
Outdated bio page that I archived five years ago →
If you’d like to Say 👋 then send me an email →