A limited series audio chronicle of the most popular content management systems on the web.
WordPress with Rachel Baker
To cover about the web’s most popular CMS I talk to Rachel Baker. She is a full-stack developer, works with 10up, and resides in Chicago. Rachel is active in the WordPress community, has contributed to WordPress itself, and is one of the developers behind the new WP-API.
Statamic with Justin Krause
Justin Krause of Asana kindly stepped away from part of his day to talk to me about Statamic and how they use it for the marketing and content sites at Asana.
Statamic is a flat file, database-less CMS. All of the website data, settings, and content are stored in files.
Craft with Stephen Lewis
This episode is all about the Craft CMS by Pixel & Tonic. I’m joined by Stephen Lewis of Experience, a web development consultancy based in Cardiff, Wales. Stephen is the maintainer of the Craft Cookbook and has worked creating add-ons for Craft for his client work. He also regularly blogs and writes about web development, including Craft.
ExpressionEngine with Matt Weinberg and Anna Brown
I had two conversations for this installment. I talked to Matt Weinberg and Anna Brown.
Matt Weinberg is the Co-founder and President of Technology and Development at Vector Media Group in New York City. Matt has been working with ExpressionEngine for years and has used EE as the main technology for his client work.
Anna Brown runs MediaGirl, Inc., a one-person company that does front-end and CMS implementation development for agencies. Anna plays an important role in the EE community through her help creating and advocating the ExpressionEngine StackExchange website.
Drupal with Jeff Eaton
Jeff Eaton is a Senior Digital Strategist at Lullabot, one of the premiere agencies specializing in Drupal customization and development. Jeff carefully, clearly, and expertly talks through the Drupal landscape with insights of someone with nearly a decade of experience working on the system.
Jekyll with Brett Terpstra
A conversation with Brett Terpstra about the static site generator Jekyll. Brett uses Jekyll for his personal site and has many complex modifications and customizations that allow it to work with his workflow.
Brett takes Jekyll customization to whole new level. During our conversation he reveals just exactly what that means. We also talk about who Jekyll is for, how it works, and the basics of getting up and running with it.
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