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Future Blogging on MitchelSellers.com

18 Feb

Over the next few weeks you will see a much larger effort for me to get back to this blog and getting new content out. In addition, I have made a few category additions and changes with hopes of expanding the content of this blog a bit more. There will still be plenty of DotNetNuke related content, but I am going to try and get more content in the C# and Visual Studio areas, trying to share some tips and tricks that I use on a daily basis to help speed the development process. The following is a quick list of topics that I am working on, and will be getting posted soon, these are NOT listed in any order, so they could appear in random intervals. If you have other suggestions, please post them to the comments.

  • Creating custom DotNetNuke Authentication Providers
  • Under the Hood - Managing Multiple Views without Isolation in DNN
  • Why I never use Object Qualifier for DNN Installations
  • Leveraging .NET To Avoid Poor Code (Generics, and more)
  • VS 2010 Extensions and You
  • ASP.NET 4.0 and what that means for you. (Performance and Development)
  • Patterns to Lesson Lines of code in C# (Lambdas, Anonymous Methods, etc...)
  • Visual Studio and Intellisense Hot Keys you should know!

Well, that is the list for now, I'll be working on getting things cranked out over the next few weeks and then trying to get an idea of where to go next. As mentioned before, share any comments or ideas below!

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