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Southern Fried DNN User Group (Formerly Queen City DotNetNuke User Group QCDUG) blog covers DNN topics addressed by the usergroup at meetings, conventions and for the DNN community for North Carolina, South Carolina and the DNN community at large!
 

SoFried September Meeting – Deploying to Azure & DNN Platform Announcements

SoFried September Meeting – Deploying to Azure & DNN Platform Announcements
We had another great Southern Fried DNN User Group meeting last night. Our featured speaker was David Rodriguez of DNNCorp who gave us a great demonstration of deploying and managing DNN on Azure. Then Joe Brinkman who provided some community updates around DNN v9 and the Admin/Host area of DNN.
 

SoFried July Meeting - SuperCharged DNN with Oliver Hine’s nBrane Suite

SoFried July Meeting - SuperCharged DNN with Oliver Hine’s nBrane Suite
Want your DNN site to be more performant? Consider trying Oliver Hine’s nBrane suite of products. In this meeting Oliver, The DNN Surgeon, gave us an overview and walkthrough of the suite of products. Whether you’re running a small static site or a large site in a web farm, nBrane can help your DNN site be faster
 

SoFri June Meeting - DNN Security With Ash Prasad & Ryan Moore

SoFri June Meeting - DNN Security With Ash Prasad & Ryan Moore
In this meeting we focused on security and DNN. With the recent attacks on DNN sites, security is definitely a current topic. During the meeting Ash Prasad of DNNCorp and Ryan Moore of Moore Creative Company discussed the recent attacks, the new Security Analyzer Tool, and security horror stories from the real world...
 

SoFri February Meeting, DNN Packager Presentation

SoFri February Meeting, DNN Packager Presentation

Developers will often have fantastic ideas for new DNN extensions, but setting up a project in Visual Studio that allows them to be productive can be a dark, long and winding road. One must step very carefully to avoid MSBuild errors, missing target's files, and the popular "where is my ZIP file?".

For the uninitiated developer, it can lead to a dampened spirit, and for a truly feeble developer, a desire to give up and try out some other CMS instead.

Even for veteran developers, solutions based on DNN can often contain hundreds of modules, and there is a need to be as DRY as possible in everything you do. Long winded, repetitive setup tasks that involve manual steps are to be avoided at all costs.

In this session, Darrell Tunnell introduces an open source solution to this issue, called "DnnPackager" and shows just how easy it is to get up and running productively in Visual Studio.

 

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The Southern Fried DNN User Group meets the Third Thursday of Every Month to discuss DotNetNuke tips, topics and camaraderie. The group is for DNN developers, administrators and users, and for everyone interested in learning more!

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