Here on the Wet Coast, one of my New Year’s resolutions has been to be more regular in my blogging activity, and I have already made some plans in that regard.
DNN Module Development
Back in 2012 I started a blog series on module development which I called “DotNetNuke Module Development 101”. I had intended that series to extend to 20 or 30 posts , but I only managed to get 5 completed. As I am now in the middle of creating a Pluralsight Course on DNN Module Development, I intend to restart that blog series. I will probably redo some of the earlier blogs to bring them up to date.
It’s a Knockout
Angular JS seems to be all the rage these days – it’s the go-to library of choice for many developers who want to use an MVC/MVVM style of development. I plan to spend some time this Spring once I have completed my DNN Pluralsight course checking out Angular and seeing how it could be used in DNN Modules.
I still have a strong interest in NoSQL databases – in particular in Graph databases like Neo4J, and I hope to continue writing posts in that area..
So that’s my plan – there is plenty of material to allow me to create a post every week to 10 days. My goal is 50 entries in 2014.