SDLC: Seeing the Forest for the Trees

When I was a Professor, my favorite topic of discussion with students was System Development Life Cycle (SDLC) phases and practices for IT projects.  I enjoyed this discussion because I knew every one of my students; no matter what discipline, no matter what department, would experience this process in their professional life and probably experience […]

Why we need Content Models

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    Introduction: One of the big challenges we face as part of managing web content is to keep up with capturing and maintaining the content’s underlying framework rules and logic in a place where it can be accessed by everyone. We are not talking about documenting the various business logic validations that occur on […]

The Not So Complicated World of Web Content Migration – Part 2:The Avalon Way

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Introduction In the post Web Content Migration – Part 1, we discussed the context behind content migration, the high level details as well as some of the important tasks and facts that needs to be considered before starting the migration. In the second part of the blog, we break the migration tasks into simple, relevant […]

The Not So Complicated World Of Web Content Migration – Part 1

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Introduction Do you have a web content migration in your future?  How do you know?  What do you need to do to be prepared?  How do you do it?  What will it take to be successful? Web content migrations are a unique type of project that has a broad effect on business and technical stakeholders.  […]