I’m going to be in Toronto providing some DNN training for a DotNetNuke Elite Edition customer next week, and guess what? There just happens to be a TADUG meeting next week! Guess who is presenting? If you are anywhere near the Toronto area you should come to the Toronto Area DotNetNuke User Group meeting on the 12th of May, a week from Today.
A big thanks to Paul Scarlett for getting this organized. I’ve known Paul for a few years now, and he seems to follow me around a bit as I’ve run into him in Florida and Vegas a few times, but this time I am going to his hood. This is actually going to be my first trip to the great state of Canada, it is one of the 51 states right? ;)
I’m looking forward to the trip up there and have my passport all ready to go. Getting to hang out with Paul is always a good time as we get to talk cars a bit, and I have another car buddy who moved to Toronto a couple years ago that I will get to see.
If you can make it up to the event next week please feel free to say hello! I may even bring some DotNetNuke Frisbees to give away at the event.
Here’s the info up on the TADUG website.
Topic: Best practices for DotNetNuke Administration
Description: Now that you have your website up and running on DotNetNuke what should you do to make it better? Come check out some of the best practices for keeping your DotNetNuke website fit and trim. Some of these things are simple easy to overlook items within the platform, and other items take a bit more to find, but all will make your website better and faster using DotNetNuke.
Bio: Chris Hammond has worked with DotNetNuke (DNN) since its inception and been a DNN Core Team member for over five years and was recently honored to become a Trustee. Solidifying his role within the DNN community as a leading expert and evangelist on the platform Chris has been a frequent presenter at conferences, user groups and companies around the world. Chris is honored to be part of the INETA Speaker's Bureau. He has recently completed his first book available from Wrox entitled "DotNetNuke 5 User's Guide: Get Your Website Up and Running". Chris started the St. Louis and Denver DNN User Groups (www.dnnug.com), and provides tips and tricks through his blogs at DotNetNuke.com and DNNDaily.com. He is also an active DNN Community member, providing support in the DNN Forums. You can read more about Chris on his personal blog atwww.chrishammond.com. Chris also recently started at the DotNetNuke Corporation as the Director of Training.