Do You Hate Your Content Management System?Do You Hate Your Content Management System?
Even though most of us agree that content management systems are critical to serving our markets, there's just as many of us that would rejoice if we never had to touch a piece of CMS code again.
February 20, 2008
Even though most of us agree that content management systems are critical to serving our markets, there's just as many of us that would rejoice if we never had to touch a piece of CMS code again.While I was scanning Twitterville, I noticed CMSWire was microblogging about the upcoming "I Hate My CMS" event in New York City. I'm fairly confident (like you) I could personally sign up a few hundred folks for this one.
The promoters actually nailed it: "While CMSes are among the most vital systems in digital businesses, they are also among the most cursed due to their limitations and idiosyncrasies." According to organizers, the panel will address CMS issues from customer and vendor viewpoints in addition to commentary from a technology analyst. The "tales from the trenches" part should alone be worth the price of admission. Panelists include: * Kyle McNabb, Principal Analyst, Forrester Research * Tim Peters, Managing Director, Leading Hotels of the World/LHW.com * Albert Lee, Director of Technology, New York Magazine The Society for Information Management (SIM) and the Internet Strategy Forum are hosting the event. If someone Twitters the event, send along your details and I'll be sure to tune in.
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