For the March MeetUp we’re back at Fudge cafe restaurant, and a big thanks for Rosie and the staff for having us.
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Food and drink will be available to buy on the evening.
So onto our speaker!
I’m delighted that we have the pleasure of the legendary Stephen Lewis
who you can follow on twitter here >> click!
Stephen Lewis, an experienced EE developer, makes the business case for ExpressionEngine, describing why it’s an excellent choice for both web developers and their clients.
ExpressionEngine: Taking Care of Business
ExpressionEngine is a hugely popular content-management system, used to power an incredible variety of sites; everything from small personal blogs, right up to Barack Obama’s campaign website (http://change.gov/)…, and the BBC’s Top Gear website (http://topgear.com/)….
Since founding Experience Internet in 2005, Stephen has been busy building award-winning ExpressionEngine websites, and a reputation as one of the world’s best EE developers.
A member of the ExpressionEngine Professionals Network, Stephen has developed over a dozen popular open source EE add-ons.
In 2009, he was nominated in three separate categories in the Devot:ee Awards (as voted for by his EE peers), and was a runner-up in the Developer of the Year category.
Stephen recently released BucketList, his first commercial ExpressionEngine add-on, which seamlessly integrates ExpressionEngine with Amazon S3.
Stephen tweets as @monooso, and blogs about business and EE (sometimes simultaneously) here.
We’ll have the normal great chat and networking before and after Stephen’s talk.
We look forward to seeing you there 🙂