DNN has grown a lot over the years, and this has impacted the source code that many of us have staked our businesses and livelihoods on. This might even be intimidating to you, making you shy away from contributing your own code.
Whether you've been around for a while, or you're new to DNN development, this session is specifically built for you...
In this episode, we'll walk through the entire source solution of DNN. Here are some of the things you'll learn more about:
How is the solution put together, and why is it done that way?
What are the various projects in the solution?
How do the build scripts work?
How do you build and package the various bits and the entire solution?
What are some of the gotchas, do's, and don't's when working with the source?
This is a must-watch episode! Attend it live so that you can ask questions!
This month we'll be speaking with someone that will need little to no introduction for many of you, Mitchel Sellers. He's literally written the book on DNN development (a couple of times).
One of the most interesting things about DNN from a technical perspective is that it can be extending in seemingly endless ways to do all kinds of creative things. Nearly every business problem can be solved by using an extension point in DNN.
In this DNN Hangout, Mitchel will walk us through all of the available extension points in DNN, and why you might want to use them.
During the presentation, we’ll overview the default agents and how to build them in the configuration form, we’ll demonstrate a couple of them, and we’ll discuss how those features can be useful to the DNN project and community.
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