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Presenting at the Orlando DotNetNuke User Group Meeting 3/5

By Rich Campbell

I'll be heading to Orlando next week for my first INETA event for 2009. I'll be presenting at the DNN User Group meeting on 3/5. If you're in the area be sure to come to the meeting, I'll have some Engage: Hunting shirts to give away (the same bright orange that were a hit in Las Vegas at Open Force!).

Here's the information about the meeting, I hope to see you there!

Speaker:  Chris Hammond
Topic:  Scenario based usage of the new features in DotNetNuke 5.0
When:  Thursday, March 5th @ 7:00-9:00 PM
Where:  ABC Fine Wine & Spirits, Inc. Corporate Office
Address:  8989 South Orange Ave., Orlando, FL 32824
Live Map:  http://maps.live.com/default.aspx?v=2&FORM=LMLTCP&cp=28.437205~-81.366381&style=r&lvl=15&tilt=-90&dir=0&alt=-1000&phx=0&phy=0&phscl=1&where1=8989%20South%20orange%20avenue%2C%20orlando%2C%20florida&encType=1

Description:  There has been a lot of talk about new features and functionality in DotNetNuke 5.0, but it is not always easy to understand how these new features may apply to your website. This session will cover a wide variety of the new features, and how they apply directly to various scenarios for DNN based websites. See the new features as they were meant to be used.

About The Speaker: Chris Hammond (DotNetNuke Core Team Member), VP of Training Services at Engage Software in St. Louis, MO

Speaker Bio:  Chris Hammond is a Technical Evangelist with Engage Software (www.engagesoftware.com) in St. Louis, Missouri. Chris has worked with DotNetNuke (DNN) since its inception and been a DNN Core Team member for nearly five years. Solidifying his role within the DNN community as a leading expert and evangelist on the platform Chris has been a frequent presenter at conferences, user groups and companies around the world. Chris started the St. Louis DNN User Group, and provides tips and tricks through his blogs at DotNetNuke.com and EngageSoftware.com. He is also an active DNN Community member, providing support in the DNN Forums. You can read more about Chris on his personal blog at www.chrishammond.com.

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