June 15, 2009

Day of DotNetNuke Recap

As many of you know I attended and presented at the Day of DotNetNuke event this past weekend in Tampa Florida.  First and foremost I want to take a moment and thank Will Strohl and all others that put the effort forward to organize this great event.  I was very impressed with how well organized everything was, and overall the sheer size of the event.  With what I believe was close to 150 people there was a variety of interests and viewpoints expressed.  The sessions were great and the conversations before, during, and after the event were even better.

I've attended many events in the past, and I think that Day of DotNetNuke was a huge success, providing lots of information, and the price, free, made it that much better.  Especially as organizations are finding tighter and tighter budgets.  I enjoyed the opportunity to meet all of the people that I did, and am looking forward to other events like this in the future!

Session Slides

For those anxiously waiting for my presentation materials, you can find links below to download each of the presentations.  If you have questions please feel free to post to the forum, or drop me an e-mail at [email protected]

Essential Third Party DotNetNuke Modules

Getting the Best Performance out of DotNetNuke

For those that attended the Performance session, I have added one new slide to the presentation, "Core Settings Changes Part 3", that includes one last key configuration tweak!

Feedback

As I mentioned to people during my session, I am looking to start compiling detailed results of how these configuration and other changes impact various DNN sites.  I would enjoy hearing from everyone to see how these items have helped their sites!  Feel free to post here, or drop me an e-mail.

If you have specific questions about configuration for your environment, please use the forum rather than posting below.

tags: DNN, Tutorials
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