A funny name, but a serious way to learn.
Mijingo teaches web designers and web developers the skills they need. We cover everything from design to CMS development to productivity. We know that designing and developing extends well beyond your regular tools and skills.
Mijingo was founded in 2007 by Ryan Irelan. At the time Ryan was dabbling in the early days podcasting but later focused on teaching technical topics. In May 2008, Ryan released his first screencasts through The Pragmatic Programmers. The topic was ExpressionEngine and the reception was outstanding.
In 2009 Ryan published his first book, ExpressionEngine 2: A Quick-Start Guide, also with The Pragmatic Programmers.
In 2010, Ryan remade Mijingo.com from a placeholder site to a storefront to sell training materials on his own.
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Customers Love Mijingo
Greg has an excellent way of introducing Python to a PHP developer. He covers classes and methods, working with the file system, even dictionaries, lists, and tuples explained in a way I can remember. If you are at all interested in Python then watch it. You won’t be disappointed.
With “Securing ExpressionEngine 2” even my granny can lock down a #eecms installation. Awesome read…
Even after working with ExpressionEngine for some time, I still refer to [the screencasts] over documentation. Ryan’s screencasts are informative, practical and smart.
Thank you Ryan, well done!
Greg Aker is one of the brightest rising stars in the Python community. These screencasts are exemplary of that.
Ryan’s screencasts changed the way I build for the web. They’re easy to follow and he doesn’t miss a step. I still refer to them when I’m stuck. Best investment I’ve made yet.
Just what I was looking for, thanks a mil!
I love ExpressionEngine. I read this book last week over two days and built a complete site a day later.
[T]his ebooklet does its very best to ensure that our ExpressionEngine websites are as secure as they can be.
They’re really clear, and I actually feel like I’m learning how EE works, not just repeating things monkey-like.