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I thought I would give a list of DotNetNuke Christmas gifts you could possibly buy for a client, co-worker or yourself.

You can start with some Christmas skins that you could put on your site. The folks at All Dnn Skins has some skins for you to look at. Snowcovered has an array of Holiday skins as well. If you only want a Christmas skin for a period of time and want your skins to change automatically then you can take a look at PageChameleon which will do that for you. You can set the special day, the occurring frequency, skin and container. Then PageChameleon will change the skin and container in the special day and change back to normal skin after that day. And users of your web site can select their favorite skins.

Subscribe or renew to DNN Creative Magazine. There are many good tutorials listed here and what I like is that the information is very current.

There are several very good DotNetNuke books that you can get. Here’s a list:

Professional DotNetNuke 5: Open Source Web Application Framework for ASP.NET (Wrox Programmer to Programmer) by Shaun Walker, Brian Scarbeau, Darrell Hardy, and Stan Schultes

DotNetNuke 5 User's Guide: Get Your Website Up and Running (Wrox Programmer to Programmer) by Christopher J. Hammond, Patrick Renner, and Shaun Walker

Professional DotNetNuke Module Programming by Mitchel Sellers and Shaun Walker

Beginning DotNetNuke Skinning and Design (Programmer to Programmer) by Andrew Hay and Shaun Walker

You could consider a gift certificate to a co-worker with the words Come With Me to OpenForce 2010. You do have two options to consider for this gift. Will it be in Europe or Las Vegas? Gift certificates could also be used for consulting with top DotNetNuke professionals like Mitch Sellers, Michael Washington, SEO specialist Tom Kraak,or Skinning pro Ryan Morgan to name a few.

Finally, get out of the winter cold and come to an Orlando DotNetNuke User Group meeting. What a great gift to give. We have several good topics and some great speakers too! DotNetNuke Corp. Co-Founder/Technical Fellow, Joe Brinkman will be here in Orlando on January 12th.

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!


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