Last weekend I attended and presented at the Charlotte Day of DotNetNuke. This is my third Day of DotNetNuke that I was able to attend and present. Actually, the Tampa Day of DNN 2009 marks my first time presenting on DotNetNuke. These events have been great on balancing experienced, known experts as well as locals who are new to speaking at these community events.
I have been hearing a lot of praise for this year’s event being the best yet, and I must completely agree with that! The level of effort and quality that went into this event was amazing. It seems like each event builds on the last and only keeps getting better. This year the Queen’s City DotNetNuke User Group was in charge of organizing the event and I give them a lot of props!
This year marked the first year that I was able to attend the annual, official DotNetNuke Conference. And what a conference it was! This was the first year that DotNetNuke decided to host the event apart from the Microsoft DevConnections and they did a fantastic job!
There were several high points around the conference. The sessions were great and I was able to gather some important information in many different aspects of DNN including some insights to the way DotNetNuke is referring to the new UI elements. The keynote, by Shaun Walker, also included some great news about where DotNetNuke is going in the near future. I believe, however, my favorite session was...