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In the last couple of years, we have met so many talented people who became our friends. People who are making WordPress better every day, people who inspire us. Akshat Choudhary from the BlogVault is surely one of them. I remember meeting Akshat in WordCamp Paris and somehow we instantly made a connection. I am happy to call him my friend and even more happy to share his story via this interview.
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