Will "the Mighty" Strohl

Upcoming Orlando DotNetNuke Users Group Events 2009 Q1

2009 is the second year that the ODUG has been around, and we are bringing in some of the top names and talent from across the U.S.  Not only that, we also have some great topics from these speakers. 

See the details of all of the events below.  Remember, membership and meetings are always FREE!

Tuesday, February 3 @ 7-9PM
Speaker:  Darrell Hardy  (Wrox Author)
Topic:  DotNetNuke 5: A Peak Under the Hood
Description:  Darrell Hardy of Hardy Consulting will be speaking the ODUG.  He will be walking through some of the DNN 5 source code, giving us a peek at how DNN 5 works, showing us common and unknown portions of the DNN API.  [more information and registration]

Thursday, March 5 @ 7-9PM
Speaker:  Chris Hammond  (INETA Sponsored & DNN Core Team Member)
Topic:  Scenario based usage of the new features in DotNetNuke 5.0
Description:  There has been a lot of talk about new features and functionality in DotNetNuke 5.0, but it is not always easy to understand how these new features may apply to your website. This session will cover a wide variety of the new features, and how they apply directly to various scenarios for DNN based websites. See the new features as they were meant to be used. [more information and registration]

Tuesday, April 5 @ 7-9PM
Speaker:  Tom Kraak  (DNN SEO Expert)
Topic:  Intro to Search Engine Optimization with DotNetNuke
Description:  Database-driven websites and content management systems such as DNN are traditionally labeled as "hard to optimize" or "outright bad" for search engines by many "SEO experts." Don’t believe the hype! Explore how the basics of on-page search engine optimization (SEO) apply to DotNetNuke. No previous online marketing and SEO experience required.  [more information and registration

Tuesday, May 7 @ 7-9PM
Speaker:  Mitchel Sellers  (Wrox Author)
Topic:  Advanced Module Development in DotNetNuke 5
Description:  The possibilities are endless with DotNetNuke module development but a lot of times there is always the question of what needs to be written and what can be leveraged from the framework.  This presentation will explore some concepts of Advanced DotNetNuke Development including methods to handle multiple view controls while leaving all other modules visible (Module Isolation), helpful ClientAPI methods that add a level of usability to modules, as well as Library packaging and module dependencies.  The presentation will tie these aspects together to show how you can build reusable module frameworks and leverage the power of DotNetNuke.  [more information and registration]

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