PowerDNN recreates DNN Developer to build relationships between developers and users
OMAHA, Neb.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- PowerDNN, the world’s leading host of DotNetNuke websites, has recreated DNN Developer to better connect the DotNetNuke community. DotNetNuke is the most popular Content Management Systems (CMS) on the Microsoft Windows platform. Now all DotNetNuke website owners can easily find the DotNetNuke development resources they need.
“PowerDNN works with developers around the world, but many DotNetNuke users and site owners don’t know how to find good, experienced help,” said CEO Tony Valenti. “It can be hard to find the right developers for a project. DNN Developer is about bridging that gap and introducing these people to our network.”
DNN Developer is a free service for the entire community. You can quickly find developers by following our easy steps. You describe your project, and our DotNetNuke experts contact you with recommendations on developers that match your requirements. But there is no commitment to use our recommendations, no credit card required, and no money exchanges hands.
“Developers can’t pay to be recommended on DNN Developer, and there are no ads,” says Valenti. “This isn’t about making a quick buck. We want to help our community find the best developers out there. What’s best for the DotNetNuke community is best for us all.”
All recommended developers have undergone a basic screening process to ensure that only qualified candidates make the cut. And with a focus on user feedback, DNN Developer will continue to build on its benefit for the DotNetNuke community.
At PowerDNN, “DotNetNuke Done Right” is more than a slogan; it has been our core philosophy since we were founded by Tony Valenti in 2002. Our US, UK, and AU-based networks are DotNetNuke-optimized for maximum performance, reliability, and speed. We have been dedicated to serving DotNetNuke customers since version 1.0. Our expert support team is based at our headquarters in Omaha, Nebraska and available 24/7/365. You can learn more about PowerDNN at: http://www.powerdnn.com
Jeff Hardy, 402-403-0556, ex 701135
Director of Communications