Here’s an Ignite presentation I gave at DNN World in Orlando. I had fun preparing for the talk and added a touch of style by presenting in Star Trek uniform.
After many months of work, I am glad to release the first (beta) version of the HyperCrunch Druid Toolkit for DotNetNuke. It’s free, Open Source and cool (at least I think so). Hope you’ll agree. Check it out at http://druid.hypercrunch.com
A lot has been happening in the DotNetNuke ecosystem lately. Here are my thoughts on the developments.
My keynote address at the Day of DotNetNuke conference in Chicago today was community-focused. Download the PDF version of the presentation here: Day of DNN Chicago Keynote.pdf (10.2 MB) Download the PPTX version of the presentation here: Day of DNN Chicago Keynote.pptx (162.8 MB — includes embedded videos) Here’s the DotNetNuke Ecosystem Interactive Map I Read More
In an average week, I communicate on the phone, by email, through webinars and in person, with some 100 DotNetNuke business customers, prospects and partners. A majority of them use DotNetNuke in some mission-critical way. I enjoy these conversations and get many insights on their real-world experience with DotNetNuke. I have noticed that there are Read More
Here’s an illustration depicting a common scenario for DotNetNuke Deployment in the Enterprise. Click the image for a higher-res version. If you find the image helpful, feel free to use it as needed without any restrictions or attribution requirements.
This is the last post in my four-part series on DotNetNuke Widgets. Here’s a review of the other posts in this series: Part 1 – Overview of DotNetNuke Widgets Part 2 – DotNetNuke Widgets reference Part 3 – Insights into how you can develop your own Widgets for DotNetNuke In this post, I’ll walk you Read More
Continuing my series on DotNetNuke Widgets, here is Part 3 where I provide insights into how you can develop your own Widgets for DotNetNuke. If you haven’t already done so, read Part 1 (overview of DotNetNuke Widgets) and Part 2 (DotNetNuke Widgets reference) to better understand the concepts explored in this post. Let’s get started. Read More
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