Content management and scalable web publishing for technical implementers¶
Webquills.net is a technical blog exploring content management systems and digital publishing from the perspective of technology implementers: front-end and back-end web developers, site reliability engineers, and web site operators of all kinds.
Our goal is to uncover inexpensive, efficient, and scalable techniques for delivering great content-oriented web experiences. We talk about web site design and development, web content management systems, web performance, distribution: in short, all the things you need to care about if you are building a digital publishing system for the web.
About the Author¶
Vince Veselosky is a software developer and solution architect who has been designing, building, and deploying web content management systems for so long, he’s probably produced more content management systems than content. He’s also an aspiring author. Learn more at vince.veselosky.me.
Describes the four basic tiers of any CMS, and their functions: distribution, presentation, storage, and acquisition.
Diagram: How you think of your technology stack vs how it actually looks.
In which our hero counts off the list of inspirations and irritations encountered while blogging with Movable Type.