Entries for 'Joe Brinkman'

DNN 7.2.0 Is now Available

The last couple of months were very exciting times as we got closer and closer to the 7.2.0 release. Part of my excitement about 7.2.0 is because of some great new features, but I am even more excited by the increased level of community participation... Continue Reading »
Dec 04
By: Joe Brinkman

DNN Nightly Builds

The DNN Platform team has been very busy lately.  Not only have we been working on the next DNN release, which is expected to be released later this month, but we have also been working on making our work more transparent.  With the recent move to GitHub it is now easier than ever to see what is being checked into the code. Continue Reading »
Nov 06
By: Joe Brinkman

DNN 7.2.0 Beta

Earlier today we released the DNN 7.2.0 Beta on CodePlex.  In 7.2.0 we have been focusing on just a few features and a large number of bug fixes.  We have also been working closer than ever with community members to incorporate community contributions into the platform.  Below is a list of some of the major features that are coming in this release.  Take a few minutes to download the beta and give us your feedback.  A few minutes of your time now can help us make the release that much better.  Also, if you find an issue, consider submitting a pull request along with logging the issue.  We’ll automatically enter you into the DNNCon Bug Bash.  Who knows, you just might walk away with a brand new 64Gb Surface 2 tablet for your effort. Continue Reading »
Oct 17
By: Joe Brinkman

DNNCon: Bring Your Bug Repellent

DNNConLast month I did a 3 day speaking tour of .Net and DNN User Groups in Florida.  It was a great trip but one of the painful lessons I learned from that trip was that Florida is not just the home of millions of senior citizens: it is also the home of trillions of mosquitos.  I came home from that trip looking like I had a bad case of chicken pox. The other lesson I learned was that Floridians love DNN and they have very passionate community members.

In just over a week, the DNN community will converge on West Palm Beach for this fall’s DNNCon. This conference is a great opportunity to network with DNN experts and learn firsthand from the some of the best developers, designers and administrators in the DNN community. There are speakers coming from all over North America and Europe to share their expertise with other passionate members of our amazing community. If you are attending just remember to bring your bug repellent.

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Oct 10
By: Joe Brinkman

DNN 7.1.2 Released

I am pleased to announce that DNN Platform 7.1.2 has been released. The primary focus with every maintenance release is to improve the stability and performance of the DNN Platform.

With the release of DNN 7.1, we re-organized our product and engineering teams to better enable us to focus on improving the core platform.  With the 7.1.1 release we focused on just getting through all of the changes resulting from the reorganization as well as dealing with our new source control system and issue tracking system. With these changes complete, the team was able to spend more time in 7.1.2 focusing on the quality of the release and addressing some longstanding issues

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Sep 25
By: Joe Brinkman

Ch-ch-ch-ch-changes

The one constant in life is that there are no constants in life; Unless of course you count Pi, or Planck’s constant or the speed of light; but I digress. Everything around us is in a constant state of change. For many people, life changes can be very stressful.  In fact, the mental health profession has long regarded the most stressful times in a persons life is when they are undergoing dramatic change. This is not necessarily a bad thing, since many of these stressful events are also some of most joyful events in our lives.  Leaving home to go to college, getting married, the birth of a child and starting a new job are all stressful events that often lead to great reward and satisfaction.

This summer has seen DNN undergo a number of significant changes.  We changed our branding, completely rebuilt the DNN website, launched Evoq in the Cloud, and released DNN 7.1. These are not the only changes that have occurred.  Even as we have been making outward facing changes to our products and our business, we have also been making changes under the covers to improve the operation of our product and engineering teams and to improve our ability to interact with the community.

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Sep 19
By: Joe Brinkman

Igniting the Passions of DNN World Attendees

Two weeks ago at DotNetNuke World, attendees had a chance to hear from many great speakers. One of the new sessions this year followed the format from IgniteShow.com. This format allows for a greater number of speakers and a little wider scope of top... Continue Reading »
Oct 23
By: Joe Brinkman

Session Survivor: Winners

Over the last 10 weeks we have been looking for our final 2 speakers for DotNetNuke World.  After thousands of votes I am happy to say that we can now finalize our speaker lineup.  We had a diverse range of sessions and speakers that partic... Continue Reading »
Sep 04
By: Joe Brinkman

I’m Not the “Super Fan”, but I am a Fan!

Earlier this summer Will Strohl announced the DotNetNuke Super Fan Contest for 2012. I love our community and how passionate they are about DotNetNuke.  I was really excited last year to see some of the great Super Fan entries.  This y... Continue Reading »
Aug 27
By: Joe Brinkman

Ignite your Passion at DotNetNuke World

Over the last 20 years I have been to a lot of developer and user conferences.  Most of them follow the same format, and generally the standard format works very well.  However, over the last 7 or 8 years, I have seen a few twists on the se... Continue Reading »
Aug 10
By: Joe Brinkman
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