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We’ve Come a Long Way, Baby

Jan 16, 2012

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EE Podcast

After an all–too–short break, the EE Podcast is back for the new year!

In episode 60, we reminisce about our first ExpressionEngine sites … the challenges, the mistakes, how we learned and why we continue to use EE.

Episode #60

For First EE Sites, Lea and I not only talk about our own first experiences with EE, but we gathered stories from across the community. Folks wrote in to us and told us all about their first times (with EE, of course). Each story was unique, but they all shared common threads.

Have a listen yourself.

A Little Shout-Out

Lea and I can't do the podcast without our community, especially an episode like this one. Thank you to everyone who shared their stories, their mis-steps and their successes:

Stay Tuned!

For our next episode, we're talking about version control. Two of my favorite people, who just happen to be fantastic EE devs, will be joining us to talk about how they fit version control into their workflows: Ian Pitts and Adam Wiggall.

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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P.S. Don't forget my book Microformats Made Simple is still for sale!


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