- Date and Time
- 5/30/2015 10:00 AM
DNN Connect is an association under Swiss law and as such will hold an annual General Assembly where members are informed by the executive committee of activities over the past year and where they can vote and interact with the committee. This is the first General Assembly of our association and will look back on 2014 and forward to 2015.
About the speakers
- Peter Donker (Host)
- Peter Donker is the owner of Bring2mind, a company specializing in document centric solutions for DotNetNuke and manufacturer of the Document Exchange module. He lives and works from a mountaintop in the French speaking part of Switzerland to which he emigrated from his native Holland in 2002.
In 2007 he joined the DotNetNuke core team. Throughout the years he has been active on the "localization" front trying to advance the interests of the non-English speaking community in DotNetNuke.
In 2014, together with Philipp Becker and Vicenç Masanas, he founded DNN Connect and serves as its current president.
- Vicenç Masanas
- Philipp Becker
- Philipp owns Peppertree Solutions, a DNN firm delivering business solutions to clients across the world.
He is in the DNN business since 2004 and has been an active contributor to the community ever since. In the past he has contributed various extensions to the DNN platform, most noticeable in former days were the pages administration module and the RadEditor provider and configuration module. For current versions of DNN he is contributing extensions like user management tools and integration with third parties. Visit his Github profile to learn more about current developments.
Philipp is part of the dnnWerk association, a circle of DNN experts in the German speaking market. He is also co-founder of the German DNN usergroup and is actively supporting the European network of DNN professionals. In 2014 he created together with other DNN fellows the DNN-Connect associaton to improve the community side of things in the DNN world. Currently he acts as the secretary of DNN-Connect.
Philipp lives together with his wife and his three little girls on an ancient farm close to Gießen in central Germany.