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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!
 

Oct '21 - Aaron Lopez (Tailwind CSS) & Jeremy Farrance (2sxc StruXtured Content)

Oct '21 - Aaron Lopez (Tailwind CSS) & Jeremy Farrance (2sxc StruXtured Content)
In this session, Aaron introduces you to a radical new way of developing User Interfaces so you too can create the most beautifully designed, the most incredibly performant, the most easily maintainable, flexible, powerful, and enjoyable-to-build websites you can using Tailwind CSS. In Jeremy's 2sxc focused session, he shows what you can really do after you've learned enough about 2sxc to build truly useful Structured Content apps.
 

Sept '21 - Timo Breumelhof (OpenContent Use Cases) & Jay Mathis (Structured Content In DNN)

Sept '21 - Timo Breumelhof (OpenContent Use Cases) & Jay Mathis (Structured Content In DNN)
September 2021's Southern Fried User Group Meeting - Timo Breumelhof shows some interesting use cases to demonstrate ways you can (mis)use Open Content. Jay Mathis talks about structured content and the DNN community project for DNN-core structured content
 

August '21 - Mitchel Sellers (DNN Technology) & Nik Kalyani (DNN in Web3?)

August '21 - Mitchel Sellers (DNN Technology) & Nik Kalyani (DNN in Web3?)
August 2021's Southern Fried User Group Meeting - Mitchel Sellers discusses the recent technology changes, trends that we see in the community, and future items for consideration as we look at the future of DNN. Nik Kalyani provides context for how your current DNN skills map to the highly lucrative Web3 arena.
 

July '21 - David Poindexter (DNN Strategy) & Daniel Valadas ("I Like Vanilla!")

July '21 - David Poindexter (DNN Strategy) & Daniel Valadas (
July 2021's Southern Fried User Group Meeting - David Poindexter talks about bringing overall strategic direction for the DNN Platform project and coordination between all leadership teams. Daniel Valadas presents a new minimal theme that uses vanilla CSS and JavaScript without any frameworks (like Bootstrap) or libraries
 

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The Southern Fried DNN User Group meets the Third Thursday of Every Month to discuss DotNetNuke tips, topics and camaraderie. The group is for DNN developers, administrators and users, and for everyone interested in learning more!

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