WDS Welcomes Scott Kingsley Clark!

WebDevStudios would like to welcome another great mind to our ever growing team — Scott Kingsley Clark!

686e5adaeb9ac167131555da31543050Scott has been developing websites since he was in the 9th grade — that’s right.. the ripe age of 15! He has worked on hundreds of websites and applications through the years ranging from small sites to enterprise level sites requiring high availability. Scott started working with WordPress in 2007 and has since become invigorated by the fact that he can push his and others’ boundaries on a daily basis. Through his love for WordPress, he has fostered a variety of WordPress plugins both personally and through the companies he has worked with. He enjoys attending and speaking at WordCamps, Meetups, and Conferences that will hopefully soon be expanded to include those around the world. You may have heard about Scott via his work with his passion project, the Pods Framework which is an interface and PHP codebase to easily create, extend, manage, and deploy content types and data within WordPress.

When his head isn’t sucked into code, Scott enjoys spending family time with his wife, Cassidy, and his beautiful daughters, Annabelle and Violet. He can also shred some tunes on his Baritone Ukulele through his music project, Soft Charisma. But even when Scott isn’t coding, he’s likely still thinking about how to hone his skills, making it easier for others to build with WordPress, and make a difference in other people’s lives.

Scott is excited to work with WDS because of its reputation,Ā the extremely talented team, and the difference that it’s making in the WordPress world.

We are happy to welcome Scott to our team and are enthusiastic about the talent and experiences he brings to WDS!

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3 Responses to WDS Welcomes Scott Kingsley Clark!

  1. THIS IS AWESOME NEWS! A huge congrats to Scott and the WDS team, excited to see what’s to come :)

  2. Congratulations, Scott! WDS is lucky to have you! :)

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