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EllisLab Q&A, with Marcus Neto

Nov 17, 2011

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EE Podcast

A new episode of the EE Podcast is available for your listening pleasure!

In episode 56, we're back with another EllisLab question and answer session, this time with Director of Services Marcus Neto.

Episode #56

For the latest EllisLab Q&A, Lea and I got the skinny from Marcus about EllisLab's recent experiments with private support services. This particular tidbit alone made me happy to be involved with the podcast, because I was completely unaware of the Private Support Beta program which I can imagine will be a huge selling point for certain projects and clients.

Marcus also told us about his role as a Product Evangelist, and offered some tips for folks interested in "selling" EE to enterprise clients. And Marcus addressed some listener questions about pricing and future plans.

Have a listen yourself.

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For our next episode, it's all about variables! Variables, variables, variables! Doesn't the word start to look weird when it is repeated so many times? But, I digress …

We've got even more great topics lined up for our new year, so be sure to check out our schedule and stay tuned!

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