Hopefully, you have already registered and are planning to attend Tampa Code Camp this year. If not, there is still time. Register now!
I will be one of two presenters speaking about DotNetNuke®. Stan Schultes, a co-author of the upcoming Professional DotNetNuke 5 book will be onhand too. As of today, there will be a total of 3 sessions covering DotNetNuke®. (A post later today or this weekend will cover more of the DotNetNuke® content coming from Wrox.)
I hope to see you there! Let's pack the room, DNN'ers!
Area/Room: Portals (Lobby Area)
Introduction to DotNetNuke®Presenter: Will StrohlTime: 8:30 AM - 9:30 AMHave you heard of DotNetNuke® but don't know where to start? This session will walk you through an installation of DotNetNuke®. Once it is installed, we will walk through some of its more prominent features, and what makes it so powerful. Finally, we will walk through an upgrade of DotNetNuke®. At the end of the session, you should be ready to run off and start your own DotNetNuke® web site.
Common DotNetNuke® Administration TechniquesPresenter: Will StrohlTime: 9:40 AM - 10:40 AMIt is one thing to install a DotNetNuke® web site, but it is a whole different thing to administrate it over time. In this session we will go over many of the common techniques that are used to manage a DotNetNuke® web site. It doesn’t matter if your site is used for a blog, for a company Intranet, e-commerce, or is not released yet. There is something for everyone in this session.
DotNetNuke® 5 Custom Module DevelopmentPresenter: Stan SchultesTime: 10:50 AM - 11:50 AMDotNetNuke (DNN) is a very popular, open source ASP.NET web portal "application in a box". DNN comes with a wide variety of modular functions such as HTML content, Links, Documents, Calendar/Events, Forum, Blog, Wiki, and many others. DNN also offers two highly flexible means of extending the portal, making it very easy to customize it to your needs. First is a provider model for swapping portal-level ocmponents such as the online HTML editor or the membership system. Second is an add-in architecture that lets you build custom modules that easily plug into any DNN portal. This talk will give you an introduction to custom module development in DNN v5. You'll see what the custom module architecture is, and how to use the current Visual Studio 2008 environment to build custom functionality on the DNN platform. This talk is Level 300.
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