Southern Fried DNN Blog
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!
David Poindexter, a native of Charlotte, North Carolina, graduated from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte with a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering. He also has a Masters Certification in Project Management from George Washington University. For his first nine years in the corporate sector, David's eclectic career included telecommunications, project/proposal management, business analysis and software development/architecture. Since 2007, David's primary focus has been pursuing his entrepreneurial aspirations in his role as President & CEO of nvisionative, Inc. nvisionative is a Creative Marketing and Web Development agency located in Mooresville, North Carolina.
David has been an active member of the DNN community since its inception. His early development of popular iBuySpy modules made a perfect segue into the iBuySpy Workshop and subsequent DotNetNuke world. David's most recent efforts are focused on his commercial LMS module, DNN + Hotcakes Commerce development, serving a leading role in the Queen City DNN Users Group (QCDUG) and the DNN Training Working Group.
David is proud father of his one daughter. And to many people’s surprise in the DNN community, he is an avid and accomplished musician, singer, songwriter and producer. So don't hesitate to engage in a music related conversation. Music is his true passion!
Please raise your hand if you've ever wanted to display some dynamic Hotcakes Commerce data in a specific spot and in a specific way within your overall website design layout? And besides that, you really didn’t want to give administrators the option of changing its placement within site?
Today I decided to tackle integration between the core DNN Blog module and Windows Live Writer. I had heard several people talking about it and I have been wanting to be a more active blogger. Turns out, the integration is pretty simple and cool! Here are some quick tips to get you started.
Mike Shea of QCDUG made shared a great tool today called Debugger Canvas. This tool is very powerful in helping a Visual Studio developer debug their code. Instead of debugging directly in the source files, Debugger Canvas opens up code "bubbles" (snippets of overall code base) in a separate tab (canvas) so focus remains on the code at hand...