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Thursday, July 31, 2008

EE Roadshow in Vancouver

imageIn my spare time *snicker* I’m helping organize a training workshop for users and developers of ExpressionEngine. EE is one of the tools that I love to use to create websites. SoMisguided is an EE site, my company site is EE, most of the client sites Boxcar Marketing has built are EE.

Who’s helping with this monster task: Hop Studios and Venn Communications. Hooray!

What do you need to know?
EE Roadshow: an ExpressionEngine training event is coming soon.

  • If you’ve ever wondered how to make ExpressionEngine work better for you in your job, this is the event for you.
  • If you’ve ever wondered how the other developers make EE jump through hoops and rool over, this is your event.
  • And if you also happen to wonder what EE developers look like in person, well, don’t miss the EE Roadshow.

EE Roadshow is an event for ExpressionEngine users and developers. It is part training, part brainstorming, part networking and all wonderful. ExpressionEngine’s online community is friendly and productive and supportive, one of the best on the Internet. EE Roadshow is our way of bringing ExpressionEngine users and developers together in a real-world way.

EE Roadshow Event Details
Friday, September 26th
Vancouver, BC
1-5 p.m. (then stay for the part-ee!)
$50 per person

Yup, you can make it here from out of town, you can get out of the office on a Friday, and you can come to a great event for the low price of $50. Why wait? Register today!

Check out the EE Roadshow sessions. We are covering everything from basic EE setup to developing your own module. And there’ll be special guests from EllisLab (the folks behind ExpressionEngine), as well as interesting prizes.

There has never been an EE Roadshow before so come be part of the inaugural one!

About EE Roadshow
EE Roadshow is brought to you by Boxcar Marketing, Venn Communications and Hop Studios, three passionate EE development companies who want to help bring ExpressionEngine to every Web site in the world.

Have questions? Contact Monique.

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