Let’s make WordPress outsourcing a better place. It all started back in 2012 when Per and Tomaž agreed on contributing a little extra to the WordPress community. Their aim was to build an outsourcing company, in which quality and customer service come first. They started by hiring exceptional WordPress developers and connecting them with people in need of on-demand website support.

Three years later, we are the #1 online outsourcing service for WordPress.

Codeable founders: Tomaž and Per

Tomaž Zaman

Founder, CTO, Product manager, Server admin

I spent years as a freelancer, building websites and applications for clients all over the world. I’m a self-taught developer who likes to fiddle with servers. A lot.

At Codeable, I’m responsible for product development and promotion. You are likely to meet me at a WP conference or UX workshop, where I’m working on in-depth understanding of Codeable users habits.

My dearest and a bucket of four hyperactive children (yup, that is one more than Per) fill in most of my spare time. When I am in need of some adrenaline rush, I go and bravely jump out of an airplane. I love a great movie in the evenings. Oh, and here’s news: I don’t like coffee.

Per Esbensen

Co-Founder, CEO

I’ve been in the web agency business since ever. First with in-house developers and after with external freelancers. Actually, that is how I met Tomaž.

At Codeable, I’m responsible for everything business related, handpicking and motivating contractors and taking good care of our clients. Being in the admin overviewing everything has become my definition of fun.

What’s left of time, I spend it with my lovely wife and three gorgeous daughters. Dinners with family and friends are priceless. Also, golf and fly fishing are keeping my stress levels low.

Liam Bailey

Liam Bailey

WordPress Developer

Until November 2015 I was one of the top 3 WordPress experts working through this platform, but when I heard that Codeable was looking for an in-house WordPress developer I jumped aboard.

I am a hardcore PHP developer with a working knowledge in javascript/jQuery, html/css, and a specialisation in WordPress. But I am not the stereotypical lifelong geek. My past jobs include window-cleaner, butcher, press-relations officer and even timeshare salesman (don’t shoot me). My journey into development began with learning html to further my PR career, then PHP to launch an ecommerce site selling my personalised poetry.

This however stirred in me a love-of-coding buried since learning a little Basic (programming language) in secondary school. I have spent the 7 years since then becoming an advanced PHP coder and a respected expert in the field of WordPress development. I hope to take this further as a Codeable employee.

Matteo Duò

Matteo Duò

Content Strategist

I remember the first time I hit the “Publish” button: that was the time my life changed forever. I started digging what once-was-called blogosphere and the WordPress ecosystem and never stopped working with “words” ever since.

I’ve been Editor-in-Chief for a network of blogs, a tech journalist. I’ve been a freelance consultant too. All these jobs featured one precious leitmotif: getting to know WordPress and its powering of awesome things online. Today I’m the Content guy here at Codeable. Most of my time is focused on researching, crafting and improving our editorial efforts in different ways, be it a new blog post, social media updates, case studies, or copy for landing pages and newsletter.

When I’m offline, I love playing sports with rackets (who’s up for a tennis/squash match?), sipping coffee from my Technorati mug, and of course, enjoy life free of notifications popping up every second.

Matjaž Muhič

Matjaž Muhič

Backend Maestro

I like to call myself a software craftsman. Discovered HTML at the age of 11 and fell in love with it straight away. Being good at math and programming got me a college scholarship for talented students. I graduated from University of Maribor with a Bachelor of Computer Science in Artificial Intelligence. Most of my experience is in web applications, bytecode manipulation, mobile, enterprise document/content management.

At Codeable I take care of back-end development. In simple words: I make sure our API and application run smoothly, so anyone using our service can get their job done without any technical interruption.

Whenever I am not programming I enjoy a bit more programming, making slick moves in the kitchen, drinking Japanese tea, playing my guitars and accordion, reading books and playing games.

Matej Rifelj

Matej Rifelj

Frontend

Prior to joining Codeable, I was honing my software development skills in several different startups as a full stack developer. In 2011 I decided that this little programing language called Javascript is the only source of truth for me and I got so good at fiddling with it that the nice people at Codeable had no other choice but to hire me as a frontend developer. So I am now responsible for the application logic that can be seen in the browser and I promise you it will get a lot better soon.

My all time passion are the apps that run faster than Usain Bolt and behave in a way that my mother doesn’t need a manual to use them.

Although I love playing basketball, soccer and my Midi keyboards in my spare time, I try lately to spend as much time as possible with my son and his mother.

Sinclair Bain

Sinclair Bain

Backend Developer

I have been developing software for a few years on both sides of the Atlantic. I’ll be working to keep the Codeable platform ‘lean and clean’ to help take Codeable to more of the people and, have a blast doing it!

My journey started in Scotland and has taken me to Europe and the US. I’ve been accompanied by my family who allow me to watch and sometimes even play ‘the beautiful game’. Love eating and drinking, and being where the sun shines.

Christopher Churchill

Christopher Churchill

Client Support Developer

I joined Codeable after being one of the top experts on the site. My job at Codeable is very varied, most of my time is spent dealing with client support requests, which can range from supporting contractors who may have gotten out of their depth, to dealing directly with the client on the end of the phone or Intercom (bottom right of the page). I also review potential new contractors to make sure they are up to Codeable’s high standards.

When I am not doing all of that I am probably out walking my 4 dogs, (Grizzley, Zar, Nookah and Peanut)

David Papandreas

David Papandreas

Chief Happiness Officer

I started out with a love for computers at around 5 years old and remember using 5 1/4” floppies to play games and paint pictures. Fast forward and I built my first computer at age 12 and got my first Apple PowerMac G4 tower in 1999. About 7 years ago I started into the world of WordPress and have since made dozens of sites for myself and clients.

Now I get to do what I love every day, which is helping people in support as the Chief Happiness Officer! I have a wonderful wife, 2 amazing kids, and am living the life I imagined over 20 years ago. When I’m not helping clients and experts on Codeable, or playing with my family, you can find me wakeskating and wakeboarding. And unlike Tomaz, I drink entirely too much coffee daily lol. ;)

Raleigh Leslie

Raleigh Leslie

Client Support Developer

Codeable has humbled me twice in my life. First, when I received a note from Per that I had been accepted as an expert into the platform and for the second time when I was asked to come over to the in-house team in support. I’m a trained designer, proven developer, and a friendly guy with a natural ability to provide very high quality client service. I love wearing the many hats the startup environment provides to help grow Codeable and help more people.

I’m from the great Pacific Northwest near Seattle so when I’m not online you’ll find me in the mountains chasing snow storms or cycling around the Puget Sound.

Company details

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Codeable ApS

Skovkrogen 13, st. tv.
2920 Charlottenlund
Denmark

+45 23 34 00 86
info@codeable.io

VAT: DK 35387730

Executive director:

Per Esbensen