A couple of weeks ago, I announced that I was leaving DNN Corp, my employer - either as a contractor or employee - for the last 9 years. It was a difficult day, as this wasn’t my choice.
Last week I posted an article on my Blog announcing that I was no longer working at DNN Corp. As I usually do after posting a new blog I shared that on Twitter and Facebook.
Within about 10-15 minutes, I started getting Twitter DMs and comments on my Facebook post that my site was down.
(with apologies to Rodgers and Hammerstein)
It is with some trepidation and certainly with mixed emotions that I am announcing that I am moving on from my position as Chief Architect at DNN Corp.
A Responsive Skin
The first obvious change is the look of the site. I have created a new responsive skin for my site based on – you guessed it – Twitter Bootstrap. Twitter Bootstrap appears to be the #1 framework these days for developing responsive websites, and its fairly easy to integrate into a DNN 7 skin. My new skin is based on Twitter Bootstrap 3. The skin is quite basic and looks like a typical Twitter Bootstrap site. It was very easy to incorporate Bootstrap into a standard DNN skin and I am thinking of writing a blog to demonstrate how easy it is.
Welcome to my new blog.
Over the last few weeks I have been setting up my new “blog” site using DotNetNuke. My previous site used BlogEngine.NET – an excellent ASP.NET blogging platform. However, I have decided it is time to move to a new DotNetNuke based site.