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Jun 19, 2012

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EE Podcast

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

In episode 71, we talk hosting and optimization with Nevin Lyne, Founder and Director of Technology for EngineHosting.

Episode #71

Though I've been working as a web professional for a long time, hosting and web servers are a bit of a foreign language to me. Which is why I was so stoked to have Nevin Lyne as a guest for the latest EE Podcast episode. Hosting and servers are Nevin's bread–and–butter, and his company has years of experience and expertise working with ExpressionEngine and CodeIgniter systems.

In EE Hosting, Nevin shares tips for not only choosing a host provider, but optimizing the server environment for EE. We discuss best practices like avoiding overzealous caching, add-ons like CE Cache that improve speed and performance, ways to evaluate a host provider.

Have a listen yourself!

Stay Tuned!

For our next episode, the infamous Leslie Doherty (AKA Mrs. Flinger) is joining us to talk about framing logic (AKA designing a great backend) in EE.

Be sure to check out our schedule for other upcoming topics, and don't miss an episode:

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