Tampa Code Camp is right around the corner, on November 7th, at the KForce offices. I only submitted my session(s) today, because I had to work out a scheduling conflict. That day, there is a very important birthday that I need to celebrate. Luckily, there were still a couple of open speaking slots left.
I contacted Keith Kabza this morning, and he hooked me up. I am very grateful to him for working me in. I know how hard that can be – especially with a code camp.
I was very happily surprised when I found out that there were already 2 sessions accepted focusing on DotNetNuke®. A couple of area DNN gurus will be there, along with myself.
Darrell Hardy, of Hardy Consulting, and a co-author of the Professional DotNetNuke 5 book, will be speaking about user security in the DNN environment. I am very excited about this session! Darrell is a seasoned presenter, and he knows a ton about security. Even if your expertise is just in the ASP.Net area, and not so much into DNN, this session is a MUST ATTEND. I will be there for sure.
Jim Begley, of Glide Computing, who is also an ODUG member and the founder of the Tampa DotNetNuke® User Group, will be talking about how to build a business using DotNetNuke®. Jim is a very successful entrepreneur who will undoubtedly be showing all of us some of the things he has picked up over time, having himself built his business using DNN as one of his main tools in his toolbox. He gave this session at the Day of DotNetNuke®, but I was unable to see it. So, I definitely plan on sitting in this session this time.
In a completely different room, I will be talking about Administration Tips you can us on DotNetNuke® 5. There are a ton of things you can already do with DNN, but when DNN 5 came out, it gave you so many more tools. I will be discussing those features, and other helpful tips and advice that you can apply on your own DNN site.
You see? There is a ton you can learn about DNN at Tampa Code Camp. If you’re going to be in the Tampa area on November 7th, then make sure you spend the last half of the day picking out brains. We’d love to have you.