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Well it's Tuesday afternoon, nearing 3 O'clock and coming up on the end of the first day of sessions for OpenForce07. I don't think this will be my last post, but I am taking a short break and sitting in the speaker room to type this up. So far things have been moving along really well. After Shaun's Keynote I went to his session entitles "DotNetNuke Business Opportunities". At the presentation he gave an overview of the various ways that an individual or business can make money by utilizing DNN. Here are some of the highlights from the presentation. The CMS market currently is currently around 1.5 Billion Dollars annually and by 2010 will be 2.5 billion. Some of the products that you can use in a DNN business include Modules Components and Controls Skins Vertical Market Apps Documentation Materials/Books Service opportunities within the DNN community include Consulting Custom Module Development Skinning Hosting SaaS - Software as a Service Documentation Training Translation Services The presentation actually finished up a little early for Shaun so there was nearly 30 minutes of questions and answers, mostly revolving around the DotNetNuke Partner program that will be launching soon, hopefully later this month. Shaun's session was the last before lunch, it's amazing that they can serve this many people food at once, but from what I saw it went pretty flawlessly. After lunch there was time to wander around the exhibition hall, I ended up hanging around the DNN Corp booth and answering questions as the Charles and Vincenc were staffing it and there were plenty of people stopping by to chat! There's one more set of sessions this afternoon, starting around 4:15pm, I think I'm going to take in Cathal's "Creating Secure DotNetNuke Modules" More later! Posted from...
DotNetNuke 4.6.0 released today, just in time for OpenForce Europe! You can download it from the Downloads Page on DotNetNuke.com To see a list of what has changed in 4.6.0 check out Joe's blog post from last week. Posted from...
Well it's been a busy summer for me and it looks like it isn't slowing down just yet. Earlier this month I spent a week in the Washington DC area conducting some advanced DotNetNuke Module Development Training for a new client. In just over a week I'll be in Topeka Kansas for the SCCA Solo Nationals, I'm definitely looking forward to getting away from computers for a week and just enjoying racing a car or two! I've got quite a few speaking engagements coming up this fall, here's a quick list, I'm sure i'll go into more detail before each event. October 2nd I'll be speaking at the Information Systems Programming club at UM St. Louis October 19th and 20th I'll be giving 2 or 3 presentations at the 2nd Tulsa Tech Fest, I presented there last year and look forward to speaking at this event again. November 6-8th I'll be at OpenForce07 in Las Vegas! I'm really looking forward to this trip. There's also a St. Louis DotNetNuke User's Group meeting on Monday evening, I'll be sending out an email to all the users for that here shortly. More details later! Posted from...
Here's a quick list of why you should go to the OpenForce07 conference in Las Vegas in November 2007! Feel free to copy the list and create your own. OpenForce07 is the first DotNetNuke specific conference You get to hear presentations from the brightest in the DotNetNuke World Vegas Baby, Vegas Meet the Core Team Mandalay Bay DevConnections Asp.net Connections SQL Connections I'll be there! It's Vegas, how can you say no? Don't forget, if you can't make it to Vegas you should try to make it to OpenForce Europe in September! Registration is open, so start bugging your bosses, get them to foot the bill for your trip! It will be a great time for anyone who uses DotNetNuke, either as an administrator, content editor, or developer. There is plenty of information to learn with the best resources in the business there to learn it from! Posted from...
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