When I was a kid, I wanted to be an astronaut—exploring space and whatnot. But I was afraid of heights, told my mom I'll settle as...
Helping businesses understand developers. Head of Developer Relations RapidAPI 📟 Edutainer at Node.js CLI Automation and VSCode.pro 🎩 Award-winning Open Source Engineer & Dev Advocate 🦊 Google Developers Expert Web DevRel 🚀 Mars Ingenuity Helicopter code contributor 🏆 8th GitHub Stars Award recipient 🌳 Node.js foundation Community Committee Outreach Lead, Member Linux Foundation, OpenAPI, DigitalOcean Navigator ✌️ Author of various open-source dev-tools and software libraries used by millions of developers worldwide ⓦ WordPress Core Developer 📣 TEDx Speaker with 100+ talks 🙌 Leading developers and publishing technical content for over a decade 💜 Loves his wife (Maedah) ❯ Learn more →
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⚡️ WordPress 4.9 Tipton just got released! Update your sites and enjoy a fantastic update this time. The customizer, widgets, security, and the code editor have seen major updates. So, much more to share. 🍒 If you’re not reading my blog for the first time, you probably know about my commitment to the WordPress software and that [...]Ahmad Awais
WordPress 4.8 just got released. As usual, I got props for my core contributions but my wife — Maedah Batool — she also became a Core Contributor — her first contribution. Join me to say congrats to her :)Ahmad Awais
I cannot tell you how much proud I feel being a contributing developer for the latest WordPress release i.e. WP 4.7 “Vaughan”. This release has been a huge accomplishment for the WordPress community. Today, I plan to share a small story about how it feels to contribute to the WordPress core software regularly.Ahmad Awais
? WordPress 4.6 has been released. It is the 4th major version release where I was able to contribute code to the WordPress core. Giving back to the WordPress community; especially in the form of core contributions — has been an incredibly empowering and inherently humble experience for me...Ahmad Awais