Entries for March 2011

March 26, 2011

Orlando Day of DotNetNuke Recap

For those of you not able to attend the Orlando Day of DotNetNuke and Orlando Code Camp events this weekend I wanted to take a few moments to post a quick bit of feedback on the event and also make those of you aware of some new presentation materials that I will be making available to the community over the next few weeks.  (The first of which is available now!)  See the full post for details!

March 13, 2011

Deploying ASP.NET MVC 3 Application to Production

For those of you that follow me on Twitter you might already know that recently I've been starting to dive into ASP.NET MVC quite heavily and there was a lot of demand for blog posts on the topic.  Therefore this will be the first of what will most likely become many blog posts on ASP.NET MVC.  I have created a new category for these posts so that you can easily see, or avoid these as desired.  This blog post is about the process of deploying a web application developed with ASP.NET MVC 3 to a production server that does not have ASP.NET MVC 3 installed.

March 09, 2011

Simple IIS Performance Improvement

I know that many of the readers of this blog manage their own webservers and i have a helpful tip to share about improving the initial load time of your webserver.  Although this modification I am recommending is a SMALL change and has a small impact, it is still worth doing as it will improve the performance and reduce the amount of work that IIS has to do.

March 01, 2011

DotNetNuke Going to C# - My Thoughts

Well, as I'm sure that most of you have figured out already, DotNetNuke Corporation announced yesterday that starting with Version 6.x of DotNetNuke the core will be using C# as the programming language.  This change is something that has been talked about at community events in the past and various people have shared their comments on the potential decision, and even since yesterday people have voiced their opinions on it now that the change is official.  With this post I'm going to share a few of my thoughts on this, and hopefully take a slightly different approach.

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