If you are like me and want your websites to have a clean, unblemished look, then most likely you have either turned off the Print functionality in your DotNetNuke module settings or just use containers that don’t display the icon. While this does make the site look cleaner, it also takes away the functionality. I Read More
This is Part 2 of my four-part series on DotNetNuke Widgets. In Part 1 of the series, I covered some fundamental concepts related to DotNetNuke Widgets. In this post, I will introduce you to a few of the Widgets that are included with the DotNetNuke distribution. Before getting started I’d like to make one observation…these Read More
Some years ago, I had presented a solution for dynamically loading a skin layout based on the user’s browser type. Fast-forward to the present — at the Fall 2009 OpenForce Conference in Amsterdam I had a chance to speak to Armand Datema (@nokiko) on the same topic. The conversation occurred following my session on Advanced Read More
A visual overview of DotNetNuke intended to give newcomers to the platform a quick understanding of DotNetNuke. (Click for larger image)
Slide deck from my session on advanced skinning with DotNetNuke at SDN/OpenForce in Fall 2009. Advanced Skinning With DotNetNuke View more presentations from Nik Kalyani.
This is the slide deck from my talk at OpenForce Europe (Amsterdam). Using And Extending The DotNetNuke Widget Framework View more presentations from Nik Kalyani.
This is the slide deck from my talk at SDN Europe (Amsterdam). Hands On Windows Azure Building A Twitter Clone View more presentations from Nik Kalyani.
In an increasingly hyper-competitive world, businesses look for every possible opportunity that can give them an edge over their competition. It’s no secret — businesses that innovate survive and win, and those that don’t either die, don’t grow or become the walking dead. But innovation isn’t easy. In fact, it is a challenge for most Read More
I created this slide deck as a fun way to introduce DotNetNuke. Update: A DotNetNuke community member enhanced the YouTube video of the deck I posted by adding narration and music. The result is quite impressive.