March 02, 2009

Speaking Engagements

As we get moving into 2009, one of my personal goals this year was to get out and do more presentations to User Groups and at conferences.  Well thus far I have two confirmed speaking engagements for the first half of 2009.  Below is the information on the two items. 

Friday April 17th, 2009 - Bartlesville, OK .NET User Group

I will be presenting at the Bartlesville user group on Friday April 17th, this session will be focused on the use of the Microsoft Charting Components.  Many people know that the components exist, but many are unsure of exactly how they are used within an application, especially when working in windows or web environments.  In this session I will provide a number of code samples and demonstrations of the control in use.

Bartlesville .NET User Group Website

Tuesday May 7th, 2009 - Orlando DotNetNuke User Group

In this presentation I will be introducing Advanced DotNetNuke module development techniques, with a focus on tips/tricks for DotNetNuke 5.  I will cover items such as methods of avoiding Module Isolation and dealing with packaging, deployment and management of large scale DotNetNuke solutions.

Full Information on the Orlando DotNetNuke Users Group Website.

Thursday July 23rd, 2009 - Nashville Web Developers Group

I will be presenting this night on the topic of DotNetNuke module development, the specifics of the session will be idenfied as we get closer to the meeting date. 

More about the Nashville Web Developer group can be found at the NashDotNet Group site.

Future Engagements?

Right now I don't have any more items scheduled.  If you are a user group leader and would like me to present to your group, drop me an e-mail [email protected] and we can discuss options.

Also, as the year progresses I will be submitting my regular collection of topic suggestions to both OpenForce/DevConnections as well as the SDC conference.

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