If you didn’t already know, CMS is an acronym for “content management system.” A CMS is used by many developers, consultancies, and companies to build their website. It’s an incredibly common thing to do, as any flavor of CMS you choose will always save you effort and money, compared to building a website from nothing. This is especially true if you look at the lifetime investment of your website. Using a CMS framework or solution of some kind just seems to make sense. After all, this is what I’ve built my own career upon since 2001. However, then, CMS was known as a portal or portal framework. That’s a long time ago, so it’s not a bad idea to take stock of things every now and thing to see if what you’re doing is the correct thing. To this end, I asked myself, “How is CMS doing right now, and does it make sense to still be doing CMS-related work in the future?”
This month, we talk to our first Microsoft employee, Jared Shockley. Interestingly enough, he wasn’t technically a Microsoft employee when we originally scheduled him to appear as a guest speaker. We spoke to Jared about how he found DNN, what it was and is like to work for Microsoft (since this is his second time with the company), and we dive into some of the first things you need to know before starting with Microsoft Azure.
Gizmodo originally publish an article where they editorialized the most recent video released by Microsoft. They even took a light-hearted jab at them, joking about needing a lot more hand sanitizer due to touch interfaces. I would be more concerned about there needing to be a lot more screen cleaners everywhere to counter-act our greasy fingers!