Any of you that attended DotNetNuke World this year would probably agree… There were few moments when you didn’t see me holding a camera. Most often, I was pointing it at you too, hoping to catch you having the fun time that we all know you were. While I am not a professional photographer, I definitely do my best to create the best images possible. Hopefully the pictures below reflect that.
I look forward to many things at DotNetNuke World – the networking, the events, the people, and more. But one of the things I enjoy immensely is preparing a presentation for people. This year, my presentation for DNN World was DotNetNuke Widgets, from A to Z. Widgets (a.k.a., skin widgets) in DNN are largely misunderstood and seldom used.
It’s been a month since I first announced the user group contest for DotNetNuke World. This is actually two contests in one. First, all DotNetNuke user groups are encouraged to compete to get the most members to register to attend DotNetNuke World. The other contest involves the members of the ODUG trying to get the most referrals to register for the conference. Both contests have some amazing prizes. Here is an update of who is in the lead right now.
Have you ever had one of the co-founders of DotNetNuke Corporation speak at your user group? How about the founder of DotNetNuke itself, Shaun Walker? Not many user groups can say that they’ve have a co-founder present a session at their user group. With the contest I am announcing, any user group can make this happen!
Every year since the first North American DotNetNuke conference (then named OpenForce), it was nothing short of the who’s who of the DotNetNuke community and ecosystem. The buzz resulting from people before, during, and after the event was simply gravitating, and was sure to make anyone who didn’t attend jealous of those that did. If you pay any attention to the blogs, forums, and twitter during this time, this proves true every year.
I was one of the lucky ones last year. The two years prior, I was not able to get into the door of the annual DotNetNuke conference. Last year was different. I was finally accepted into the elite and mystical community of speakers that make up the annual DotNetNuke conference. While last year it was in a different place and a different name, I fully expect DotNetNuke World this year to be the best DNN Corp conference ever!