Tuesday, August 22, 2017

DotNetNuke Programming: Leveraging the Core

Ugh! Did you miss out on the Day of DotNetNuke held in Orlando last Saturday?

Well I did, and I really wish I was able to go, but like most of us I was here in the cold GTA! So to make us all feel better, I have arranged with one of the presenters' to present his Day of DotNetNuke presentation to TADUG!

It is my pleasure to announce that Mitchel Sellers will be present his Day of DotNetNuke session "DotNetNuke Developement: Leveraging the Core" on Wednesday April 13th at 7pm. Also, the venue of presentation is Mississuaga! at HP Canada's head office at 5150 Spectrum Way Mississuaga. Map (so all of West-end DNNer's will appreciate the new location)

Here is the session abstract:

There are many books that give developers the "basics" of creating custom modules, but how do you dig deeper? This session will start to explore more of the nitty gritty sections of the DotNetNuke core API and will show you how to navigate the API and methods for leveraging the full power of the core. In the end, attendees should be much more comfortable with the Core API and integration points. Best practices for leveraging the core will also be discussed.


For those who have not learned of Mitchel Sellers, here is Mitchel's bio:

Mitchel Sellers specializes in software development using Microsoft technologies. As the CEO of IowaComputerGurus Inc., he works with small and large companies worldwide. Mitchel prides himself on delivering cost-effective solutions that include proper architecture, performance, and stability.

He is a Microsoft C# MVP, a Microsoft Certified Professional, and the author of "Professional DotNetNuke Module Programming" (Wrox Press, 2009). Mitchel frequently writes technical articles for online and print publications including SQL Server magazine and he regularly speaks to user groups and conferences.

In addition, Mitchel is a firm believer in enhancing the greater development community. He frequently answers questions on community forums such as StackOverflow and MSDN. He is also a DotNetNuke Core Team member as well as an active participant in the .NET and DotNetNuke development communities.

To obtain additional information on Mitchel’s professional experience, certifications, and publications refer to his resume at MitchelSellers.com.