Sunday 9th October, 2011
10:00am to 10:30am
At the 2009 PHPNW Conference Michael presented some of the work he’d led at Edge Hill University. This was around building an “Anti CMS” system to manage different types of data rather than using expensive off the shelf systems that don’t do what you want. At the end of that talk he mentioned that “Anti CMS” was great for many things but wasn’t a perfect solution. He indicated that he’d like to come back and show how they’d tried to solve the problems of delegating control of websites to non-technical users, mixing together a variety of PHP systems to produce a seamless looking website and doing it all on a close to zero budget.
The talk will cover the following:
Head of Web Services at Edge Hill University but the views are all mine: http://blogs.edgehill.ac.uk/webservices/ bio from Twitter
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