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EllisLab Q&A, with Lisa Wess

Feb 14, 2012

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EE Podcast

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

In episode 62, we're back with another EllisLab question and answer session, this time with VP of Operations Lisa Wess.

Episode #62

For the latest EllisLab Q&A, the lovely voice of Lisa Wess — seriously, she's got a voice just made for listening to — fills us in on the latest news from EllisLab.

Lea and I get the scoop on the recent 2.4 update for ExpressionEngine, as well as news for 2.5 and upcoming changes to PHP server requirements. Lisa also tells us about internal changes and evolution at EllisLab, particularly with regard to her new role as Vice President of Operations.

Have a listen yourself.

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For our next episode, Aaron Gustafson, author of Adaptive Web Design, joins us to talk about progressive enhancement with EE.

Check out our schedule for even more great topics we've lined up, and be sure you don't miss an episode:

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