Steve Grunwell is a Senior Software Engineer at Liquid Web. Specializing in WordPress and application development, he has worked with brands and organizations including Microsoft, TED, Xylem, Elmer’s, and Experience Columbus.
Steve has released numerous plugins in the WordPress.org repositories, including one from the grounds of The White House during the first annual National Day of Civic Hacking in 2013. When he’s not writing software, he enjoys hiking, music, and writing about writing software on his blog.
Steve holds a B.A. in Telecommunications from Bowling Green State University where he graduated Cum Laude with minors in General Business and Recording Technologies.
More information, including portfolio work and his development blog, can be found at https://stevegrunwell.com.
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