Entries for November 2014

November 17, 2014

Keeping Your DNN Website Clean: The Web.config

In the past 6 months I have been working on a large number of migrations from older versions of DNN to newer.  This blog post is going to be a first post in a series of posts around various activities that site administrators can do that will make future site administration easier.   Over time websites will have modules installed, modules removed, upgrades performed and other activities that can often leave lasting marks that only add confusion to things in the future.  Lets look at one area that can/should be cleaned on a regular basis and that is your web.config.
November 17, 2014

2014 St. Louis Days of .NET Presentations

This past week I had the pleasure of giving 4 different talks at the fantastic St. Louis Days of .NET event.  This event has become one of my favorite events to attend each and every year.  Well attended, great sessions, and engaged attendees makes for a truly spectacular event.  In this post I'll provide relevant links for materials from each of the talks!
November 03, 2014

Back to the Basics: LINQ and You

This past weekend I was a presenter at IowaCodeCamp, my favorite local .NET event each spring/fall.  My session this year was "Back to the Basics: LINQ and You" and it was much more popular than anticipated!  After spending a lot of time training development teams over the past year I found that although LINQ has been available since 2008 many individuals have either not yet had the chance to use it yet in their projects or those that are using it still didn't fully understand how/why it works the way that it does, and thus my session was born!

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