Gee Up is a series of classes aiming to teach basic and advanced knowledge in ExpressionEngine, a powerful content management system.
Gee Up: to excite in order to achieve a desired result.
Learning a new system on your own can be very time consuming and even frustrating at times. This is no different for ExpressionEngine, a content management system built by EllisLab. One-way online resources are available globally, but more interactive classroom training is limited to the United States only. Until now.
Gee Up brings hands-on ExpressionEngine classroom training to Europe. Starting off with a four-day beginners to intermediate class and advanced development masterclasses in the future, Gee Up hopes to encourage people new and familiar with EE to broaden and enhance their knowledge in this increasingly popular content management system.
Lodewijk “Low” Schutte has been an active member of the ExpressionEngine community since 2004. Well known for his industry-acclaimed add-ons and detailed knowledge of ExpressionEngine’s parse order, he has spoken at multiple editions of the EECI conference in both Europe as the US, as well as the EEUK conference in Manchester, UK. He lives and works on a houseboat in Leiden, the Netherlands.
Jamie Pittock has spent the last five years leading creative and technical teams specialising in producing ExpressionEngine websites for a wide range of clients, including government agencies and local authorities in the UK, charities, business startups and global corporations. He’s spoken at ExpressionEngine conferences in Europe and America and is well known within the EE community for sharing best practise and conventions.