Mike Little: 10 Years Of WordPress A Founder’s View

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February 20, 2014

Steve Jobs had Steve Wozniak. Bill Gates had Paul Allen. Matt
Mullenweg had… Mike Little.

In January 2003, Mike responded to a post on Matt’s blog about forking
their blogging tool – and thus was WordPress born. Ten years on, it
powers more than 20% of the web.

But whilst Matt has gone on to fame and fortune, Mike has kept a very
low profile. In this keynote session at the first WordCamp London, he
finally tells his side of the story – from dropping out of high
school, to running the Prime Minister’s website.

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