Join us for our next SeaDUG Meeting: September 11th

Synopsis:
 
Explore the new social features of DNN 6.2 as Scott McCulloch (Ventrian) walks you through the creation of a new social module for DotNetNuke. This talk will offer insights into module development using DNN 6 and what the new APIs have to offer both old and new developers.
 
Technologies:
 
·         DNN 6.2 Social API, Services Framework, Form Patterns
·         jQuery, jQuery UI, Masonry
 
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Meeting Details

Tuesday, September 11th, 6-7:30 pm
  • We'll meet at the F5 Game Room (arrive a bit early to obtain parking).
  • After the meeting we'll see what food and drinks are available at Buckleys
  • Bring your questions about implementing DotNetNuke on your website too.

Hope to see you there!

 

 

 

 

 

Get in Touch with SeaDUG

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In addition to this web site, you can also find us via the main DotNetNuke web site which lists the SeaDUG user group, and also newly on Facebook, at facebook.com/dnnseattle

Have you joined the Seattle DotNetNuke User Group yet?

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Make sure you visit http://www.dotnetnuke.com/Community/UserGroups/tabid/1074/view/1/id/4/Default.aspx to register for the Seattle DotNetNuke User Group. That way you can be up-to-date on meetings and other announcements from the group!

 

From Our Last Meeting

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April 26th, 2011 SeaDUG Meeting

A big thanks to Scott Willhite from DotNetNuke who gave us a demo of the upcoming "Hadron" release of DotNetNuke! Not only will the core now be developed in C# but there are a bunch of cool new features and a much updated UI. Check out the latest CTP over at Codeplex: http://dotnetnuke.codeplex.com/releases/view/62630.

 

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Seattle DotNetNuke User Group is a gathering of DotNetNuke users, enthusiasts, plus professional designers and developers from the Puget Sound region. Our meetings are open and free to all, and you'll find folks excited about the latest trends in technology - those using the DotNetNuke Web Application Framework. Please join us!