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Yesterday was the third dotnetnuke webcast that I presented. It was on creating your own module using Visual Studio .NET. I asked Michael Flanakin whose a professional developer join me on the webcast to answer any questions on the newer version of dotnetnuke. He did a great job and I thank him for sharing his knowledge.

Michael had so much fun on the webcast that he'll be joining me next Tuesday when I'll be talking about creating your own skins.

I've been quite surprised at how many people participate in these webcasts. The first webcast had 125 participate and then the last two averaged close to 90.

As I mentioned in a previous blog, it was very awkward at first talking to myself hoping that everyone was understanding what I was trying to say but I'm starting to feel more comfortable with the more experience that I'm getting by doing webcasts.

I received an e-mail today from a developer that asked me some questions on using dotnetnuke. I firmly believe in open source and the community of dotnetnukers is fantastic. You have nothing to lose by trying it out and much to gain as far as a solid product that can be tweaked to your liking.

Remember the commercial? Try it you'll like it!

 

Posted on Wednesday, January 18, 2006 4:17 PM DotNetNuke | Back to top

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