So if you’ve been under a rock lately you might not have heard that the annual DotNetNuke conference is coming up. While in the past it has been branded as OpenForce, this year it is just simply DotNetNuke Connections, to better fit inline with the DevConnections banner.
This years event is once again going to be held in conjunction with DevConnections in Las Vegas Nevada, November 1-4. The conference is at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino, a great venue that has been the amazing home to the DotNetNuke conference for the previous three years.
This years event promises to be even better than the previous three years, (some smart*ss will say that is because of what my next sentence says). I’ll be making my fourth appearance at the conference, though this time I’m not presenting a session at the conference.
I will be instructing some pre-conference training on 11/1, Developing a DotNetNuke Module from Start to Finish. If you are looking at getting into DNN module development, or need to brush up on your development skills you should check this out. You’ll walk away with C# and VB.NET Versions of a fully functional module, and the understanding of how it all goes together and ways that you can add enhancements to the module. I’m also working on lining up a prize or two, perhaps a new Xbox, or maybe even a Windows Phone 7 device? we will see what I can do.
The schedule of all the sessions for the conference is posted on the DotNetNuke Connections website, here’s a direct link to the PDF.
Stay tuned for some exciting announcements in the next week or so about some cool offerings at this year’s conference. Bill Walker and I will be blogging about some of the sessions and speakers attending this year’s conference as well.