This year's Day of DotNetNuke in Charlotte, NC was my second time presenting at the event, and overall I think it was a success. It was a great event as always, with plenty of knowledge, appreciation, and laughs shared. I was glad to see the love for my shirt designs first hand, as we handed out leftover picard t-shirts from last year's DNN World. I didn't attend last year, so it was nice to witness the crowd's positive reaction and appreciation for the shirts. The DNN Core members, sponsors, and of course the guys at Queen City User Group really pulled it off.
My slides were only a small piece my presentation, however I have made them available as a repository on github, at https://github.com/aoverkamp/presentations if anyone is interested. A large portion of both presentations were more of a conversation, opening up for discussion about what it means to have a content strategy and why we should think about mobile first for our designs. Both presentations covered a lot of "Why" questions revolving around design strategy and mobile, so with that in mind, I am hoping that I can share some "How" versions next time around. I think that the theory and strategy is equally as important as the actual way to put these workflows into action; however I know demos and seeing it work is a lot more sexy. Hopefully I can submit to share these sessions by this year's DNN World later in October.