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Entries for 'Mitchel Sellers'

DNN, .NET Core, and the Road Ahead

I’ll be the first to admit that this blog post should have been written a few weeks ago, however, a number of items needed to fall in-line before I could give this post justice. Within the DNN Technology Advisory Group (TAG) the future of DNN as it relates to .NET Core has been discussed at length many times. These conversations have come to multiple conclusions in the past, however, in the most recent discussions, thanks to some clarity by Microsoft an immediate term decision has been put in place. In this post I hope to try and share the highlights of those discussions, the reasoning behind the decision and the road ahead, at last as it appears now, for DNN.

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Nov 10
By: Mitchel Sellers

An Update From the Technology Advisory Group

It is hard to believe that it has been more than four months since I assumed the leadership role of the Technology Advisory Group. In some ways, it seems like it should be much longer than that, and in others, it feels like it was just yesterday. In this short amount of time, we have accomplished an incredible amount of items together as a community. Though, if you aren’t in the group or reading our meeting minutes you may not be aware of what has been accomplished by the group and what is in our roadmap. In an effort to better communicate the group’s progress and future goals I wanted to share some details that might often go unnoticed and things we have planned for the future.

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Oct 03
By: Mitchel Sellers

DNN 9.2.2 Released!

The 9.2.2 release has arrived and it’s arrival signals several milestones worthy of mentioning. It represents great progress in the community, collaboration with DNN Corp, and it is the first 100% community driven release in a long time. If you haven’t upgraded this is a great time to get current and we’d like to thank all community members who contributed to this release.

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Oct 01
By: Mitchel Sellers

DNN 9.2.1 Released

Two weeks ago the DNN TAG posted the 9.2.1 Release Candidate. You may have seen the blog Oliver Hine posted about the release where we asked the community to assist us in testing the release candidate. The community has responded and has tested the release and provided valuable feedback.

 

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Aug 07
By: Mitchel Sellers

Pull Requests, Processes, Builds, & Roadmap

Pull Requests, Processes, Builds, & Roadmap Summary Image If you’ve been keeping up with the DNN Technology Advisory Group meeting replays then you know there was a very positive meeting that took place at DNN-Connect. Several action items stemmed from that meeting and I’ve been busy following up on them ever since. In this blog I’d like to communicate the status of some of the action items from that meeting with the greater DNN Community.

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Jun 13
By: Mitchel Sellers

DNN TAG Community Updates

DNN TAG Community Updates Summary ImageThe DNN Technology Ecosystem Advisory Group has been meeting weekly for some time. After lengthy discussions and planning sessions there are some updates that I would like to convey to the greater DNN community so that you are aware of what we are doing.

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May 24
By: Mitchel Sellers

DNN 9.2 Upgrade What You Need to Know

Mitchel Sellers DNN 9-2 Release Blog Summary ImageIf you have been watching the newsfeeds this morning you most likely noticed the release of DNN 9.2.0. This is a release that many have been waiting for in recent months as there are a lot of great changes and improvements in this release. As with any release, there are things to be aware of, this release though requires some extra special attention, I'll cover a few key points from my perspective here.

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Mar 24
By: Mitchel Sellers

Enterprise Extension Development with DotNetNuke Part Four - Environment & Testing

If you have been following this blog series you will know that we have been making strides from the basics of what we are trying to accomplish under the term Enterprise Extension Development in the part one post.  In parts two and three we continued the trend and talked about project structure, NuGet, and overall organization.  If you have been following along since the beginning I'm sure that you have a number of questions.  I know I've been getting a lot of e-mails asking about various parts of the process now that we have setup our projects in a manner that doesn't necessarily match to what you would expect for working with DNN.  So lets continue the discussion with a little recap of what we have accomplished so far, then we will answer the questions.

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Oct 07
By: Mitchel Sellers

Enterprise Extension Development with DotNetNuke Part Three

This post is a continuation of my ongoing Enterprise Extension Development blog series talking about how to effectively leverage DotNetNuke in complex environments. In Part One we set the stage for why it is important to look at Enterprise Developme... Continue Reading »
Sep 28
By: Mitchel Sellers

Enterprise Extension Development with DNN Part Two

A few weeks ago I set the stage for this series of posts with my Enterprise Extension Development with DotNetNuke Part One post.  This article, the next in the series, ended up getting delayed a bit.  As many of you know there has been a lot changing within the DotNetNuke world, as all of this unfolded my priorities were pulled from these posts to other areas of concern.  Now, I'm back on these posts and want to make sure to dive into this in detail.  In the first post of the series I covered the high-level details.  The reasoning behind this series, and the main goals that I hope to accomplish by putting this information out there.  This post is dedicated to the development environment, and development structure for our projects.  Continue Reading »
Jul 25
By: Mitchel Sellers
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