The Chicago Area DNN User Group (CADUG) hasn't physically met in years, but we do still communicate online. Being part of a community is invaluable when you need help with a project, so we will be continuing as a group.
Recently we attended a WordPress Meetup and there were quite a number of people in the room. Maybe there is still interest in physically meeting? If anyone in the Chicago area has an interest in this, we'd love to hear from you! Give us a shout on our Facebook page.
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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.
Categories: Chicago Area DotNetNuke Users Group
Have you been keeping up with Aderson Oliveiri's interviews with folks who will be at DNN Summit 2018? Aderson's been chatting with a lot of people to give us all a preview of what to expect when we arrive in Colorado.
Categories: Chicago Area DotNetNuke Users Group, General
It's DNNsummit time! For the past couple days, many members of the DNN community have been gathered in Denver Colorado to share tips and tricks and latest news about their favorite CMS. Chicago has somebody representin'.
It's Thanksgiving time! So Don Gingold and Jim Nagy of Sprocket Websites, co-founders of our user group, reflect on what they're thankful for.
DNNConnect, the organization created to escrow the open source DNN Platform and in general promote the DNN Platform around the world, is about to meet in Spain for a conference. But you're in Chicago, you say, and can't get to Spain to learn new things from fellow community members. Well, the gracious leaders of the group have arranged to stream the event live! Here's what you'll see and when and where to see it.
April 5 is National Deep Dish Pizza Day. Chicago is known for it's great deep dish and it's great website user group!
Another successful DNN conference and Chicago was well represented. Take a look:
DNN-connect concluded in France the end of May, and Chicago was a part of it in 2 big ways. We have a recap slideshow and we have a DNN-MVP! Read on for details.
In this installment of Chicago Style DNN for April, we talk to the website owner/administrator who is busy jumping from platform to platform, posting his/her message on each site. There's an easier way: write once, post automatically, using a combination of some modules on your DNN Platform. But before that, honorary Chicagoan James Nagy calls in from California to tell us what's going on at DNN Corp and in the community.
In this installment of Chicago Style DNN for March, we learn about the latest version of the DNN Platform as well as new releases of core modules. (Did you see that DNN Store was updated just the other day?). Honorary Chicagoan James Nagy calls in from California to tell us what's going on at DNN Corp and in the community.
But a big new feature in DNN 7.4 is the Workflow API that's good news for larger organizations once module developers start using it to build workflow approval processes into their modules. Our own Chicago MVP Scott Wilkinson walks us through it in our tech talk tonight, Take a look.
Jim and Don talk about the new release of DNN Platform 7.4 and then dive into a project using DNNsharp's Action Form and Action Grid. Take a look.
Mitch Sellers and Malik Khan visited us to talk about their project in which they made a site for kid's financial intelligence accessible to thousands at a time. Take a look.
Jim and Don go back through the calendar and talk about this past year in DNN.
The buzz this month was clearly DNNcon, the conference held last weekend in West Palm Beach, Florida. But there was more to talk about, and we did. Take a look.
Here is a compilation of significant points learned during the DNNcon last weekend.
Join us Wednesday (Nov 12) at 8pm via GoToMeeting for our November meeting. We'll stay indoors and visit virtually, keeping out of the Polar Vortex and reviewing what went on in Florida last Saturday. Read more to get the details and Meeting ID URL.
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