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Ahmad Awais is an award-winning open-source engineer, Head of Developer Relations at RapidAPI, Google Developers Expert Dev Advocate, Node.js Community Committee Outreach Lead, WordPress Core Dev, and ex VP of Engineering at WGA. He has authored various open-source software tools used by millions of developers worldwide, like his Shades of Purple code-theme or projects like the corona-cli.
Maedah Batool is an official WordPress Marketing Team Representative, a WordPress Core Contributor, Technical Content Manager and Director of Developer Content at WGA. She created a tech-training startup called FinkTanks where she has taught 7,500+ girls how to code with WordPress, Next.js, React, and more. After FinkTanks was acquired she took a role in DevRel as a Technical Content Manager.