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What CMS Is Right for You?

By Laurie Petrycki
November 7, 2013

I had the opportunity to sit down with Cassandra Wolff a Software Engineer II, Softlayer an IBM Company and talk about how to choose a CMS. Cassandra specialized in LAMP and open source technologies, such as Drupal, Joomla, WordPress, and …

Four short links: 31 January 2011

By Nat Torkington
January 31, 2011

BBC Web Cuts Show Wider Disconnect (The Guardian) -- I forget that most people still think of the web as a secondary add-on to the traditional way of doing things rather than as the new way. Interesting article which brings home the point in the context of the BBC, but you can tell the same story in almost any...

New to Head First: WordPress in Tandem course

By Courtney Nash
November 17, 2010

Well, It's clear that blogging hasn't been a big priority for the Head First team this year, but we're back with some great news. We're testing out a new online course format with Head First WordPress, which was released this...

Four short links: 16 July 2010

By Nat Torkington
July 16, 2010

GPL WordPress Theme Angst -- a podcaster brought together Matt Mullenweg (creator of WordPress), and Chris Pearson (creator of the Thesis theme). Chris doesn't believe WordPress's GPL should be inherited by themes. Matt does, and the SFLC and others agree. The conversation is interesting because (a) they and the podcaster do a great job of keeping it civil and...

Four short links: 10 December 2009

By Nat Torkington
December 10, 2009

Scriblio -- open source CMS and catalogue built on WordPress, with faceted search and browse. (via titine on Delicious) Useful Temporal Functions and Queries -- SQL tricksies for those working with timeseries data. (via mbiddulph on Delicious) Optimal Starting Prices for Negotiations and Auctions --Mind Hacks discussion of a research paper on whether high or low initial prices lead...

O'Reilly Week in Review for January 12, 2008

O'Reilly Week in Review for January 12, 2008
By James Turner
January 14, 2009

This week's Podcast has tech tips from two O'Reilly authors. You'll learn about a nifty replacement for 'grep', and how to keep Wordpress up to date using Subversion. There's also a new quiz, your chance to win a free O'Reilly...

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