WP Engineer

WP Engineer was created by 3 WordPress Junkies, who love WordPress. We always try to show ways to make WordPress a little bit better, more convenient, more flexible or in short – just awesome! We will try to give our readers tips and tricks for their WordPress website. We hope you enjoy this blog and subscribe to our feeds to keep up to date. You can contact us via info(et)wpengineer.com, please no support mails, we have not enough time and ressources for this – thanks for your understanding.

Alexander Frison

Web Designer, highly driven and motivated team player who is working freelance in the field of web and graphic design. Most of his websites are developed with WordPress, some of them you can see on his portfolio at Alex Frison Webdesign and he has his own blog in English notaniche.com and in German blogdrauf.de. He is also participating in the wpSEO Plugin to optimize your WordPress website.

Frank Bültge

Webworker by passion, works with priority in WordPress, developing Plugins, themes and solutions. Frank writes in German language on his private blog bueltge.de [by:ltge.de]. He was a member of WordPress Germany and writes about news on WordPress Deutschland blog and is author of two books for WordPress and a Video Tutorial for WordPress. He read/also write on WPSE and Github.

Michael Preuss

Freelance Webworker, most of his web projects are realized with WordPress. In his free time he was developing WordPress Themes and wrote interesting German articles on his blog dynamicinternet. Michael lived in Görlitz, Germany. Unfortunately, our great friend died in 2012 suddenly and way too early. 🙁

Thomas Scholz

Developer, author, and moderator on WordPress Stack Exchange.
Web site: toscho.de
GitHub: toscho

Lutz Schröer

Certified Software Developer. Started developing for WordPress by forking a plugin (pagebar) and got hooked ever since. Lutz writes about various stuff on elektroelch.de and elektroelch.net.

Dominik Schilling

Student of Media and Computer Science at Cologne University of Applied Sciences. As a Core Contributing Developer he started with a small patch for WordPress and today he already has about 300 core contributions. Dominik writes in German language on his private blog wpgrafie.de.

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