So I’ve had a blog here on http://weblogs.asp.net/christoc/ for many years now, though my posting here has faded as of late I do occasionally blog a time or two here. In the past I’ve done a number of DotNetNuke Daily Tips, but that faded as well.
I’m reviving the daily tips, but not here on weblogs.asp.net, I’ve setup a new domain running DotNetNuke and the Engage: Publish module for my DNN blogging, you can check it out at http://www.dnndaily.com/ My goal is to get a post up nearly every business day, we’ll see how that holds up though ;) I’ve definitely got plenty to talk about, I just need to find the time each day to get it done.
I may come back to weblogs.asp.net occasionally but it will be far less frequent than things have faded to currently. Thanks to Microsoft and the guys at Telligent for running things here for so many years, but I find I like working with my own software better than working with Community Server nowadays so you’ll find me over there.
If you want to keep track of ALL my blog posting, including DotNetNuke, Car Racing, and random other things you can simply go to http://www.chrishammond.com/ where all my various blog posts are aggregated into one site.
I’m getting a horrible amount of comment spam here on weblogs.asp.net lately. Anyone still maintaining this place? Anything you can do to beef up the spam filtering? I’m half tempted to turn off all comments on my blog posts and to quit using the site if things keep up as is! I would rather not do that, but it’s getting a tad ridiculous.
So really, it is just about here! I leave in just over 48 hours to head to Las Vegas for the third annual US OpenForce (DotNetNuke conference), once again being held at Mandalay Bay along with DevConnections.
If the previous two years were any sort of indicators this year is promising to be a good time! I’m excited about heading out to Vegas again, and getting to see all my DotNetNuke brethren. It’s going to be another busy week, registration and such on Monday, a keynote on Monday night. Conference Tuesday through Thursday, and then we (Engage Software) are once again providing post-conference DotNetNuke training.
I believe there’s still time to register for the event, as well as the post conference training. If you are registering for OpenForce last minute you can use this discount code for $200 off “Chammo”
Stay tuned to Twitter all week as those of us in attendance tweet about #OpenForce (though to be honest it might be hard to discern the OF posts for those who are there, and those who are trying to win the PowerDNN twitter contest). Perhaps we could get PowerDNN to use a different tag as they’ve generated a lot of buzz for their contest lately.
Anyways. Check out OpenForce if you get a chance! If you’re going to be in town early Monday. We’re having a little tweet up at Noon on Monday in the Mandalay Bay Lobby, we’ll meet up and then catch a cab (or multiple) over to In-N-Out Burger (if you haven’t had it before you are missing out, trust me).
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