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  1. Ditching Suburbia
    October 16, 2014 in Boyink Interactive News

    We’ve begun the legwork on a new project called Ditching Suburbia.

  2. ExpressionEngine Workshop
    May 12, 2014 in

    Need a quick leg-up on ExpressionEngine? Come out to the ExpressionEngine Conference in the DC area this October and take the Train-ee 1-day pre-conference workshop. We’ll cover the basics, code some DRY templates, look at EE’s categories and relationships, install some add-ons, and tweak EE for best performance. Register via the Conference Website.

  3. ExpressionEngine Class Announced
    November 26, 2013 in ExpressionEngine

    Hey - if you are looking for a great way to learn how to develop websites using the ExpressionEngine CMS from EllisLab, we’ve just announced the first Train-ee class of 2014.  Come out to San Antonio, Texas the first week of February and spend 3 days with us having some great Tex-Mex and learning some EE skillz. Get more details about the class on Train-ee.com.

  4. ExpressionEngine Conference
    May 24, 2013 in Boyink Interactive News | ExpressionEngine

    I’m pleased to be part of the upcoming ExpressionEngine Conference in Portland, OR in October. I’ll be talking ExpressionEngine for just about the whole conference in one way or another. I’ll be doing three classes total, one 8-hour session split in half over the two days, and two half-day workshops opposite that.

    The longer session will be a quick-start primer to ExpressionEngine targeted to those new to the platform. The other workshops will cover developing a EE content model, and reverse-engineering an existing ExpressionEngine site.

    More details about the classes and costs can be found on the conference website at http://www.expressionengineconference.com.

    Hope to see you there!

  5. ExpressionEngine Trivia
    December 21, 2012 in ExpressionEngine

    Here’s a fun little year-end post for users of ExpressionEngine - a trivia challenge with questions about the software and some of the key people in its history.  No prizes, just bragging rights if you score well.  Scroll down for answers.

     

     

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