DotNetNuke is bringing the social features of popular networking sites in house to company websites.
Ten years ago, Shaun Walker decided to turn his project to learn asp.net into an open source software project--and it's worked out remarkably well for him.
In the newest version of DotNetNuke, the interface gets a makeover, and lots of new goodies on the backend to please IT and developers, and bring it in line with Microsoft's latest development tools.
DotNetNuke enters into a deal with Microsoft to deliver their product in the Azure cloud.
The newest version of DotNetNuke, the open source web content management tool, got more social, enabling users to build internal and external social networks.
DotNetNuke has officially opened its online marketplace, it has dubbed "The Store." It had been previously known as Snowcovered. DotNetNuke (DNN) hopes to use the online market as a launching pad for
Water and Stone released its free annual report on the state of open source web content management. For the most part, there aren't any major surprises, but there are a few points worth noting. For
The content management space is dominated by news of updates, new features and release cycles. Among nimble open source players the changes can be fast and furious. It's been a year of new
DotNetNuke announced the release last week of DotNetNuke 6.1 with greater support for generating mobile websites from DotNetNuke. It's no secret that more and more cell phones are able to access the
Guest post by Shaun Walker Leading up to the BUILD conference on Sept. 10 in Anaheim, Calif., there was a fog of uncertainty, rumors, and speculation in the Microsoft ( NASDAQ: MSFT ) developer