Manchester, UK & Amsterdam, the Netherlands
We’ll take a very hands-on approach to learning the ins and outs of ExpressionEngine. During the four days of training we’ll work through a series of practical exercises designed to gradually introduce to you to the many aspects of ExpressionEngine. Throughout the week, intermediate knowledge will build upon basic knowledge through repetition. Each day we’ll practise the new skills you're learning by incrementally building a website powered by ExpressionEngine.
By the end of the four days, you will be able to independently build EE sites with confidence.
The curriculum for this class is loosely based on Train-ee's time-tested curriculum for teaching ExpressionEngine and modified based on our direct experience with the software. We'd like to thank Mike for all the advice and assistance he's offered us.
The main learning outcomes of the workshop will be as follows:
You should have working knowledge of HTML and CSS and a laptop capable of installing and running ExpressionEngine locally.
For this four-day class you'll learn from two of the best known developers within the ExpressionEngine community.
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.
Register your interest by contacting us if you're interested in attending this workshop in either Manchester or Amsterdam.
Limited places will be available on a first come, first served basis but by registering your interest you'll get access to tickets before they go on general sale.
“One of the highlights of the EECI conference for me was Jamie Pittock’s presentation on “How he rolls” when developing websites on ExpressionEngine. His talk was packed – from beginning to end – with great EE development tips…”
— Ryan Irelan, EE Insider
“Low’s presentation was awesome across the board. The slides themselves were well planned; they flowed smoothly, and were very easy to understand. Most importantly, the subject matter was something that every EE developer should be required to master.”
— Clinton Reeves, Meta Q