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Recommitment to Engage Modules

by bdukes on Thursday, February 25, 2010 6:33 AM

With the advent of 2010, we at Engage took some time to reevaluate our products business (Engage Modules and Engage Skins).  The last six months or so of 2009, we were swamped with client work and were unable to make any substantial enhancements or fixes to our DotNetNuke modules.  We recognized that this was unacceptable, and have been working to restructure our business and commitments so that we can maintain a consistent support, maintenance, and enhancements for all of our products.  As a result, we've made some internal changes to make sure that work on our product lines cannot be ignored because of client work, however pressing it may seem.

Engage: Zeen - a free skin to spice up your DotNetNuke site

by aoverkamp on Wednesday, February 24, 2010 12:46 PM

Engage: Zeen a free skin package for DotNetNuKe

We decided to help spread the love to the DNN community by offering Engage: Zeen; a free skin package based on a Wordpress theme design created by WeFunction Design Agency especially for Smashing Magazine and their readers (Check it out). The theme was released free under a GPL, and open to modification and use for all types of projects without any restrictions. All they asked for in return was a link to the article to spread the word. The design simply rocks, and grew to be a popular favorite among Wordpress themes.

Engage University: Now New and Improved

by rcampbell on Wednesday, February 17, 2010 7:03 AM

Engage launched Engage University last year as an e-Learning resource for DotNetNuke. The site is built on DNN of course, and powered by our Engage: Campus LMS. Our first course Introduction to DotNetNuke was a free, short course to provide an overview of what DNN is and how it can be applied. The course also serves as an example for how Engage: Campus works, and more importantly, what students will get in an e-Learning experience for DotNetNuke. During the past 10 months, over 350 students have taken the free Introductory course.