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On Saturday, there were close to 500 people at the Orlando Code Camp. The local INETA group did an outstanding job organizing this event. This group volunteers countless hours to make sure local developers get a first class experience of learning. The registration went smooth and directions around Seminole Community College got everyone to where they should go. Carl Franklin gave an amusing keynote about his background and there were several great speakers during the day. I had the opportunity to do my session on Best Resources to Learn Dotnetnuke. There were veteran dotnetnukers and those that were kicking tires and thinking about using this great open source portal. Thanks to the veterans for sharing their experiences on using dotnetnuke. As a speaker, I try to give someone at least one thing that might be new to someone and its always a challenge but I think everyone learned at least one thing during the presentation. Thanks again to Shawn Weisfeld for organizing the event and to he Microsoft leaders Joe Healy and Russ Fustino who are always there to help anyone out with a question. Now, as far as questions go, someone asked me if there were any plans for a Dotnetnuke Certificate program. Any know if this is in the future? Thanks. Posted on Sunday, March 25, 2007 6:55 PM DotNetNuke | Back to top

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