Saturday 5th April, 2014
3:05pm to 4:20pm
Session Level: 200
As the number of features in a content management system grows with each new release so does the complexity and size of the code base. Many project scopes use a very small set of CMS features. Additionally, every CMS is extremely opinionated. If you need to diverge from how the CMS accomplishes a task then it might as well be like moving a mountain and clients end up baffled why a "simple" change to existing functionality is so expensive.
In this session I will walk through a setup for creating simple websites that are easy to maintain using Jekyll, Github and Prose.io.
This session was inspired by this blog post http://developmentseed.org/blog/...
Web designer, amateur food maker, husband, and father. bio from Twitter
I am a web designer at the local hosting company, Valice. I design and build websites for small and medium size businesses. I am passionate about web technology and user experience design.
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