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Mijingo is a website run by Mijingo, LLC, a company legally based in Texas, USA.

When purchasing materials from this website you agree to:

  • not distribute or reassign ownership of digital assets,
  • not hold Mijingo, LLC responsible for any errors in the materials nor for any outcome from or result of those errors,
  • and not reuse, redistribute or present as your own work the “Channel University” sample website.

All prices and terms are subject to change at any time at the discretion of Mijingo, LLC.

Customers Love Mijingo

  • Thank you Ryan, well done!

    David Baker

  • I really appreciate all the videos and writing you have done. Your work has given me a jump start on my front end development business.

    Shan Ricciardi

  • No matter how long I’ve been using #EECMS I still resort back to the @mijingo video training for useful tips. Good stuff!

    Andrew Taucher

  • 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.

    Amy Stoddard

  • I like things that make life easier in web design land. [T]hank goodness for Mijingo.

    Molly Bermea

  • With “Securing ExpressionEngine 2” even my granny can lock down a #eecms installation. Awesome read…

    Wouter Vervloet

  • They’re really clear, and I actually feel like I’m learning how EE works, not just repeating things monkey-like.

    Jodi Warren

  • [T]his ebooklet does its very best to ensure that our ExpressionEngine websites are as secure as they can be.

    Tony Geer

  • This is the clearest, most complete explanation I’ve ever heard regarding add-on development. Low explains methods, classes, parameters, tagdata, and what ExpressionEngine is doing under the hood in a way I wish someone had explained to me years ago.

    Ryan Masuga

  • I can’t recommend this screencast enough if you want to make a commercial side project, or add another weapon to your client repertoire.

    Kenny Meyers