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

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  • not distribute or reassign ownership of digital assets,
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  • and not reuse, redistribute or present as your own work the “Channel University” sample website.

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  • 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

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  • Thank you Ryan, well done!

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  • 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.

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  • Even after working with ExpressionEngine for some time, I still refer to [the screencasts] over documentation. Ryan’s screencasts are informative, practical and smart.

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