Chicago Heading to DNNSummit

Chicago Heading to DNNSummit

Published on Thursday, February 01, 2018

Chicago Heading to DNNSummit

Several of our local user group folk will be at DNN Summit 2018. Here are a few that we know about, but if we missed someone, feel free to let us know so we can add you.

Scott Wilkinson, Bluebolt - February 6
Scott will be teaching a “DNN Programming 101” course which will introduce module development for DNN. This includes learning about the different module development techniques from standard webform modules to the newer MVC and SPA techniques in addition to professionally packaging and distributing your module for your customer or organization. 

Jim Nagy, Sprocket Websites - February 7
Jim will be sharing the secrets of creating relevant and engaging content for business in tough industries as well as explaining how you can be the engine that powers your customers' online marketing strategy and make this a new source of reoccurring revenue for your organization.

Don Gingold, Sprocket Websites - February 8
Don will be explaining how to tell a client's story properly through Social Media to turn surfers into visitors and visitors into customers while showing how web developers can increase their portfolios by providing Social Media to clients along with their websites.

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