I am now an INETA Speaker!

I hear the INETA newsletter went out on Tuesday morning so I can finally make this blog post, though I have still yet to see a copy of the newsletter. It is with great pleasure that I get to post that I have been added to the INETA Speakers Bureau, I've been presenting at user groups over the past 3-4 years talking about everything DotNetNuke and with this new honor look forward to increasing the number of groups I can visit. I am definitely not limited to DNN, but do have quite a bit of experience with the project as a core team member, module developer and instructor for DNN training classes. If you would like to learn more about DotNetNuke be sure to check out www.dotnetnuke.com as well as my recently launched (or soon to be launched) project at www.dotnetnukeblogs.com where we aggregate DNN blogs for the masses.

Joe Brinkman was also added to the bureau as a DNN resource, Joe planned the OpenForce conference in Las Vegas last year, as well as the upcoming conference this November (which I get the pleasure of presenting at again)! Along with the two DNN resources Carl Franklin was reactivated to the bureau, Richard Campbell (not my boss), Andrew Connell and Daniel Larson were also added in this latest round.

David Walker is doing a lot with the speakers bureau on Facebook and Twitter, so be sure to check out the various groups he has created.

Thanks again to everyone with the INETA program, I look forward to making the most of the opportunities this honor will provide.

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