25 ExpressionEngine Developers and Users to Follow on Twitter
There's no doubt the ExpressionEngine community is one of the best there is. It's full of friendly, helpful designers and developers. Whether you're new to EE, new to Twitter or both, the following list is a great place to start if you'd like to follow and stay up to date with some great EE users and developers.
President of EllisLab and genuinely nice guy. Get the info from the source.
Technology Architect at EllisLab. 'Nuff said.
Brandon is an ExpressionEngine add-on developer and 'EE Famous' for developing such extensions as Playa 2, FieldFrame and Wygwam. I had the opportunity to meet Brandon at the 2009 EE Roadshow and can say that he's much friendlier and more approachable in person than he's given credit for.
Ryan is the owner of Masuga Design and is also the creator of devot-ee (Twitter), the most extensive collection of EE add-ons anywhere. He's also an EE add-on developer in his own right. I had hoped to talk with Ryan at the EE Roadshow to see if he was as sour in person as he seems to be in Twitter but had to leave early. I guess I'll never know.
I'm pretty sure Kenny's only real association with EE is that he has a secret man-crush on Ryan Irelan but I felt I should include him anyway. Kenny writes for EE-Insider on occasion and can be found in the EE-Help Chat on Wednesdays. He is also trying to bring sexy back over at Happy Magic Fun Time, his blog. To stay abreast of Kenny's twitterings, just search for the hash tag #ryansmom
Leevi is another prolific EE add-on developer responsible for such gems as LG Polls, LG Better Meta and LG Add Sitename to name but a few. He runs Newism, a web design and development company in Australia.
Michael is the brains behind Train-EE, a site dedicated to helping others learn ExpressionEngine.
We have Travis to thank for the wonderful module, Structure. If you haven't used this module yet, you are potentially missing out. I hear that even Ryan Irelan tried it once.
Though I haven't met Marcus yet, I consider him a friend. Marcus runs EE Templates where he creates template themes specifically for ExpressionEngine. I hear he also takes pictures or something.
Lea runs Lealea Design based in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada and recently organized the first Edmonton EE Meetup.
Jason actually works for the Coast Guard full time(!) but is an experienced developer and knows way too much about using Git with EE. In his free time he runs Invoked Projects. For kicks, ask him how much he loves speaking in front of a crowd.
Jack is a self-proclaimed "Jack-of-all-trades" and in addition to working at an agency in New York, works with Travis Schmeisser on Structure as well as several other extensions.
Tom is an EE developer and the other half of SmoothFunction. Tom is a great guy and and quick to answer EE related questions.
Wife, mom, developer, nerd coffee junkie. Did I say nerd already? Leslie runs Catapult Web Development north of Seattle, WA. Warning: She tweets compulsively!
Owner of Hambo Development. Steven builds sites with EE and knows his stuff.
Mark has been around the EE block but we're pretty sure he's got more game in him. You can thank Mark for several EE add-ons such as the infamous File extension. Mark works for Happy Cog East.
Jonathan Longnecker is the co-founder of FortySeven Media - a 'kick awesome' design firm. He is fanatical about details and knows a thing or two about rapid development with EE.
I don't know much about Sean except that he's friendly and an active EE forum user and EE Twitter-er.
Jason is an EE-obsessed web designer. Seems to be a lot of those.
Iain runs a small design company in New Zealand (lucky!) and has years of experience with EE.
Adam is a photographer and ExpressionEngine developer with skills Marcus Neto can only hope to aquire.
Of course there are probably hundreds of EE users on Twitter so this is by no means an exhaustive list, rather it's a list of some of the more active EE users I follow. I'm Jeff Claeson, and I run Dreamtime. Introduce yourself in the comments below and I'll do my best to add them to this list.Commenting is not available in this channel entry.
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