Chris Hammond just announced that there will be an organized ride for anyone that wants to show up Saturday morning following DNN World. It will be an early ride to ensure that we get some good weather and that we don’t interfere with anyone’s checkout times or plans. Don’t worry if you are not a pro rider or don’t have your own gear. We have that covered. Chris found a bike rental place that will being all the gear you want. Unfortunately, we won’t be able to pick up the bill. Sorry.
This blog post isn’t about another one of my presentations. Actually, I just wanted to let you know about a .Net user group that is having a DotNetNuke presentation given in the New York area on October 4, 2012. DNN is rampant across the east coast of the US, but it’s not often I hear about a DNN presentation in the New York area.
Well, it’s finally here. The DotNetNuke SUPER Fan Contest entries have been collected. They have been reviewed. They have been sorted. And they have been put together for you to view, share, comment, and VOTE on! Like last year, we have had some excellent entries. I was personally excited to see that most of the entries this year were videos. I don’t know about you, but I love videos! They are a lot of work, but they are so much more fun to look at. Without any further babbling, let’s get to the point…
I couldn’t believe it when I saw it, but the last official release of the Media Module for DotNetNuke was in January of this year! That is way too long for this module to go without having a release. Therefore, I am very excited to get this release out the door, and even more excited about the nature of the updates that can be found in this release.
If you weren’t aware, I just visited a few events in Florida to spread the word about DotNetNuke and DNN World 2012. The events included Tampa#, FLA.Net West Palm Beach .Net, and the Southwest Florida Code Camp. These events were all very cool. The organizers did an outstanding job amidst a pending tropical storm and a hurricane, illness, and the always challenging logistics of a code camp. There were 5 sessions in all, and in each of them, I promised resources from the session. The wait is over… Here are the resources from the sessions.
The deadline for DotNetNuke SUPER Fan Contest entries was this past Friday. However, over the weekend, I received several requests to extend the deadline. There were enough of you asking, that it is definitely worth the wait.
What do San Francisco, year round perfect weather, delivering solutions advice, participating in community activity, and DotNetNuke have in common? How about evangelizing DotNetNuke to the community through things like Twitter, blogs, Facebook, forums, exchange, and user groups? Give up? It’s the open position of Sales Engineer at DNN Corp. That’s right… We are still looking for just the right person in the DNN community to join the team!
I’ve been to and spoken at every code camp in the state of Florida. Each one has it’s own unique touch. Some are known for their sheer size, others for their night time events, and more. They are all really incredible. We have some great leaders in the Florida .Net community. However, only one code camp in the state has John Dunagan leading the charge. No disrespect to anyone else, but John really is a community machine!
When I announced this years DotNetNuke SUPER Fan contest, I promised that I would let you know what the prizes would look like. If you don’t remember, we are taking the Awesome Cycles branding from our default installation template a step further and providing an AWESOME cycle and cycling gear to the top 3 places in the DotNetNuke SUPER Fan contest. Winning is simple. Do something amazing to prove that you are the world’s most passionate fan of DotNetNuke, and if the community agrees through voting, you win!
If you’ve never been there, you should know that Tampa Bay is an incredible city. It may not look large depending on where you’re from, but it’s home to Busch Gardens, New York Yankees spring training, former Super Bowl Champion Buccaneers, NHL champion Lightning, the Rays, and it’s also where the best Punisher movie was filmed (in my opinion). This city was also home to the first ever Day of DotNetNuke in 2009, which has since spread to Orlando, France, Canada, Chicago, and Charlotte. I am very happy to be able to say that I am once again bringing DotNetNuke back to this great city in a meeting on August 23, 2012.