May 16, 2009

Upcoming Speaking Engagements

As many of you might have heard, or remember from past discussions that I have been doing more presentations in 2009.  Well this has really started to ramp up a bit, overall I will be giving 6 different presentations in the month of June in three separate locations.  Right now I can publicly discuss two of the three.  Below you will find the details:

June 9th, 2009 - CT DNN User Group

Topic: Advanced DotNetNuke Module Programming

This is a session on Advanced DotNetNuke programming topics in a three step approach.  Step one is to define what I consider to be "Advanced" when it comes to programming.  Step two covers some specifics on implementation methods that I have found useful.  Finally we end with step three which is a discussion on where to go from here!

June 13th, 2009 - Day of DotNetNuke

Topic 1: Obtaining the Best Performance from DotNetNuke

This session covers the role of the DotNetNuke site administrator in proper site performance.  A comparative analysis is completed showing baseline and optimized site performance in many traditional settings.

Included in this session is recommended configurations for Shared, Cloud, Virtual and Dedicated installation environments.  All using proven configurations that have been perfected by the presenter.  Along with each configuration recommendation is a detailed discussion on WHY this configuration has proven to be the best so far, and some of the key problem areas to monitor in other environments.

The session finishes with a checklist of routine maintenance items that should be completed on a regular basis to ensure that site performance remains top-notch.

Topic 2: Essential DotNetNuke Third Party Extensions

At times the third party DotNetNuke marketplace can be daunting at first glance.  This session starts with a quick overview of the common third-party distribution mediums, and progresses into a bit of an explanation on some of the most popular third party modules.  Included in the discussion is implementation detail as to why these modules have become so common.  Modules discussed will include a new friendly URL provider, a third party forum module, and a few helpful free modules for site management/tracking.

Note and Invitation

Keeping track of these items has gotten to be a bit complicated, so rather than updating the blog every time I have a new item, I have added a new page to the site, Speaking Engagements which lists all of my past and upcoming speaking engagements.

If you will be at one of these events I look forward to meeting with you, be sure to swing by and say hello!

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