I presented an overview ExpressionEngine at Tech Meetup in Glasgow last night.
I'll be honest, it didn't go well. Turns out Pecha Kucha is a tough nut to crack, especially when your notes don't appear on the second display.
If you were at the talk, I apologise for pretty much reading my Keynote slides. I hate when people do that. However, the slides are below along with what I should have been saying.
A huge thanks to EllisLab for kindly donating an ExpressionEngine license - to Eric Lamb - (Securit:ee & Backup Pro), Mike Hughes (Detour), Joel Bradbury (Maps & Shortlist, Mark Croxton (Mustach) and Leevi Graham (Better Meta & Override) for donating some addon licenses. The giveaway was snapped up by Neil Scott who corrected tweeted that Nancy Sinatra was the person that Rick Ellis built a website for that kicked off ExpressionEngine