Christopher Ross

I am a website designer, developer, speaker, and consultant who enjoys long walks with shortcodes, functional arguments, and playing with other people’s APIs.

When I’m not developing websites (or talking about them), you can find me making apple cider, sailing, running, cycling,  traveling, or pursuing my interests as a photographer.

Christopher Ross in New Brunswick 300x166 Christopher RossCurrently, I live in Hamilton Ontario and travel extensively. I’ve previously lived in Halifax, Fredericton, Ottawa, St. Catharines, and Toronto Canada as well as extended work assignments in New Orleans, and San Diego.

Work History

I am a full stack LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL, and PHP) developer with two decades experience designing, and developing scaleable website solutions for business leaders.

My portfolio of work includes national newspapers, magazines, government departments, universities, schools, international NGO’s (Non Government Organizations), and everyday businesses.

A complete profile of my skills can be viewed on my LinkedIn profile, or downloaded in resume format. I am available for hire as a contract developer, for short term assignments, or custom website development services. Please contact me to discuss your project, and how I can help.

WordPress Contributions

For the past eight years, I’ve been developing plugins and themes for the WordPress community, as well as speaking at various events in Canada and the United States. To date, I have 35 WordPress plugins published in the official repository, as well as dozens of private plugins for specific industry and clients.

All of my official contributions to WordPress can be found on my profile.

WordCamp Speaking

Christopher Ross About 300x187 Christopher RossI’ve recently spoken at a number of WordPress conferences, including several WordCamp events:

How to make a living with WordPress
WordCamp Ottawa (2014)

How to make a living with WordPress
WordCamp Toronto (2013)

How to run a Newspaper with WordPress
WordCamp Montreal (2012)

Creating Your First Plugin, The Easy Way
WordCamp Toronto (2012)

How to make a living with WordPress
WordCamp Toronto (2011)

How to make a living with WordPress
WordCamp Detroit (2011)

In addition to speaking about WordPress, I am available to speak at business and technology functions on a variety of technology subjects from basic HTML, to building a business with social media.

You can see videos of my presentations online at WordPress.TV, or get in touch with me about your next website project.

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